About the Brand
Belle Poque was a “Beautiful Era” from Late 19th to early 20th century in Western European history. It was a period characterized by optimism, peace, prosperity and technological, scientific and cultural innovations. The brand Belle Poque is a young and energetic vintage dresses brand with a rapid develop speed, which aims to commemorate this period of “Beautiful Era”. Though beauty will be eroded by time, time could be reversed by dressing up!
About the Dress
Lacking of a vintage swing dress in your wardrobe? This is what you are looking for. This authentic 50s swing dress features a unique neckline, well-tailored waist and lovely A-line skirt that hugs your curves nicely and hide your problem areas properly. The good bounce and full circle swing skirt is ample enough for a crinoline but still very pretty on it’s own.
Style name: Vintage, A-Line
Closure type: Zipper back
Waist style: High Waist
Special features: Heart-shaped hollow out on the front
Occasion: Casual, Cocktail, Party; Spring Garden Party Picnic, Bridesmaid, etc.
About the Size
We strongly suggest you have your body measurements taken first.
Once you know it, consult the size chart image on the product page to determine which size you should purchase.
As for this kind of dress, Bust Size & Waist Size are the most important reference data.
1. Actual fabric colors may be slightly different from online colors due to different computer display and light brightness.
2. Please allow 1-2cm slightly manual measurement deviation for the data.
3. Dresses can not be soaked for a long time, or the color will run (fade phenomenon will not occur under normal washing).
4. Please recognize the store name “Belle Poque Fashion”, we are not responsible for dresses bought from other store.
Suitable for cocktail party, ball, banquet, wear to work and daily wear
Package Contents: 1x Dress (No accessories or Petticoats included)
NOTE: Choose your size according to our left size chart image (please ignore the Amazon’s). The solid color has different size charts, please kindly note