Made to order: JACKIE III

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Made to order: JACKIE III

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Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ style is practically synonymous with ladylike and sartorial grace. The shift dress was one of her go-to silhouettes.  The Jackie III is a classic straight shift dress that nips in slightly at...Read more

Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ style is practically synonymous with ladylike and sartorial grace. The shift dress was one of her go-to silhouettes. 

The Jackie III is a classic straight shift dress that nips in slightly at the waist. Princess seams, common in the 60s but today are used primarily in bridal, skim the body creating a fitted silhouette without ever being tight. 

 

Details:

  • Fitted shift silhouette
    • Vintage 60s princess seams skim your body and give shape to the dress
    • Blind hem sewn by hand 
    • Invisible back zip with hook & eye closure
    • Knee-length

    The Jackie takes 10 hours for one craftsman to sew start to finish.

     

    Bespoke color selection:

    This style is available in either silk cotton or silk wool. Silk habotai lining is customizable with more than 30 options. 

    This style can be created in a single color or by using a contrast for the rollover at the bust.

    In the notes section of the order please include your fabric and color choices, along with your preferred lining color. You will receive an email with a selection of options in your desired color family.

    Made to order items ship 4-8 weeks after order is placed and cannot be returned.

     

    Fit notes:

    This style is made from silk-wool and does not contain any stretch materials. Please consult our size guide when selecting your size. We do not do vanity sizing, therefore one might consider we run small.

    Email us or send us a text for additional sizing help.

     

    Fun Fabric Fact: 

    Silk-wool was a very popular fabric in the 1960s. Many of Jackie Kennedy's ensembles were made from it during her White House years. Then, it was known as Alaskine.