I recently found a vintage deadstock Nicole Miller dress. I first saw the crumpled ball in a pile of clothes at a local thrift store. I pulled it up, and before I could release it from its pretzel pose, I could tell by the fabric and pattern that this was going to be special. I brought it home, steamed it out and freaked out! It does has an 80's vibe, but the unique cut stands beyond the rest. I wanted to unleash it once my birthday shoes arrived, so there was a few days of waiting and panting.
Once I slipped this over my head, I noticed that the original I.Magnin tags were still attached!
OMG! I love collecting vintage clothing tags and labels. I didn't cut it off because I wanted to show my crimson sisters how cool it was. The tags are still secretly pinned under the right cuff , and I won't clip it until I carefully wash the dress.
Size 12 tags is about size 8 for a modern day lady.
I feel like we just left the 90's. No siri-bobski. Beverly Hills , 90210, and this dress are now considered Vintage!
I only dream of who #642436 was. I bet she was a classy lady with a questionable hair do.
Sing it !
Dress: Local Thrift
Necklace: Flaming Hag Folkwear