1970s English Knit Wool Three Piece Ensemble
A loose knit three piece wool set from British boutique designer Mary Farrin, internationally acclaimed by the 1970’s for her chic and highly wearable knitwear. (It was noted that her pieces are ideal for stylish travelling). The multi-textured, multi-toned wool has a space dyed effect, displaying colours from light beige to warm earth to dark brown, with the inner top and outer jacket trimmed in dark brown velour. The top is sleeveless with an impressively low v neck cut, with a midi length skirt flared at the bottom. The skirt holds up with a visible black elastic waistband. The jacket extends below the waist, with slightly flared sleeves ending above the wrist, perfectly designed not to bunch up when standing with one’s hands in the pockets. The hems of the two wide, deep pockets on either side of the jacket feed upwards into a rolled hem that goes all the way around the neck. This outfit is clearly intended as sophisticated and comfortable daywear.
Label: Mary Farrin - 13 South Molton Street, London W1
Bust - 32" (stretch to 44")
Waist - 30" (stretch to 42")
Length - 23"
Waist - 24" (stretch to 33")
Hips - 34" (stretch to 46")
Length - 26.5"
Bust - 34" (extra room due to open style)
Shoulders - 16"
Arms - 18.5"
Length - 30"
Material: 66% wool, 22% viscose, 9% cotton, 3% nylon
This outfit has been professionally dry cleaned and is ready to wear.
Made in Malta
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