Zip Neck Dress
Giving an Inch. Or Not.
The daytime script calls for something commanding, something to aid in your securing of the Davenport deal. The latter part of the evening is for celebratory drinks at Raines Law Room on 48th.
You give thanks to Whitcomb L. Judson for inventing the zipper—the simple little contraption that binds and unbinds pieces of fabric together. You also give thanks to commanding silhouettes achieved through stretch-cotton and fitted styles, to the notion that appropriate and formidable can still startle.
Now you, in this dress, have an advantage at your fingertips. You decide how high or low to go. Each has its time and place. I am not so naive (and you not so predictable) to assume that “buttoned up” is always for work and “daring to bare” is always for play (all within good taste, of course).
Your negotiating tactics have never failed you before. Proceed.
Zip Neck Dress (No. 5939). Pullover-style fitted dress in poly and cotton blend textured knit with a touch of spandex for stretch. Exposed silver metal zipper starts at the crew neckline and extends down to the waist. Falls to the knee. Princess seams at front bodice. Three-quarter-length sleeves. Imported.
|XXS||0||32||24 1/2||34 1/2|
|XS||2||33||25 1/2||35 1/2|
|4||34||26 1/2||36 1/2|
|SML||6||35||27 1/2||37 1/2|
|8||36||28 1/2||38 1/2|
|MED||10||37||29 1/2||39 1/2|
|LG||14||40||32 1/2||42 1/2|