60s maxi dress / 60s hostess silk dress absolutely stunning and rare made exclusively for Maxim's de Paris, France, so rare and absolutely gorgeous in light as air, flowing silk chiffon.



Aqua blue, pink, yellow, and purple watercolor floral bodice panels attach at the shoulders of a sleeveless under - dress, forming long angel sleeves and a flowing back panel.



A beautifully cut, shift style, silk under-dress functions as the base for the chiffon layers and features a crew neckline with a straight cut skirt lined in silk with back zipper.



The loveliest special occasion / hostess dress in a stunning cut and fabric, mint condition.



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