Phenomenal 1970's Samuel Sherman "Concept" top and Maxi skirt

"CONCEPT" Samuel Sherman

  • OMG this set is absolutely amazing.

    A much sort after and rarely available original  Samuel Sherman "Concept" 2  piece in very good condition. It hardly looks worn with original labels in both the top and skirt.

    The top is black with a patterned frill around collar bone height. This frill is in the same fabric as the skirt as are the bands on the lower sleeves (which is labelled as 100% viscose). The sleeves have elasticated cuffs which are in good order and still have plenty of stretch.

    One very teeny tiny  pull on the upper right sleeve but other than that its fab

    The skirt has a black waist band with an extra band with lacing and beaded ends.  The eyelets for the lacing are a loose but still intact and don't effect the overall look. It has two hooks and bars at the back and zip. These could easily be moved to expand the waist band.
    It is maxi length with a ruffle on the lower under of the skirt

    There are No holes or tears in the skirt and its very vibrant with no fading.

    Please do note this item doesn't have any stretch so you should be smaller than the measurements below



    Bust: (pit to pit)  max: 40 "


    Waist: 27" max - can be extended if need be

    Length: 41" 

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    We have done our very best to make you aware of any signs of its former life and we hope you have fun with your purchase and can add to the stories it could tell.

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