Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion - Ask Questions Get Answers' started by dorotheascloset, Dec 12, 2008.
Thanks Hollis. No skirt to go with either one, wish there was!
In the sixties, some double cloth fabrics were bonded together instead of having a 5th set of yarns. Also, the binding on the seams was very popular; this is the Hong Kong finish.
My thought about the fabric is that if it is a bonded double cloth, it is probably sixties; but I'm not sure that you can tell with damaging the garment. If there is a place that you can remove the binding on the seams--perhaps in a sleeve, you could see the fabric edges.
The buttonhole is hand made. Claire
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