Vintage 1970s Black Jumpsuit with Dress Panel, Rhinestone Trim, Size Small

  • $ 175.00
  • Only One Available: In Stock
Classic 1970s cocktail jumpsuit.
Approximate Size: Small, but please check measurements below.
Condition: Very good condition, some of the rhinestone trim at the bottom of the...
  • Unmarked
  • CKS-FD11
Classic 1970s cocktail jumpsuit.
Approximate Size: Small, but please check measurements below.
Condition: Very good condition, some of the rhinestone trim at the bottom of the pants has been reattached.
Mark/Label: None
One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.

Glamorous black wool jumpsuit, perfect for anything from cocktails to a dress ball. Sleeveless with empire waist trimmed in a double row of rhinestones. Front and back of jumpsuit have a faux dress panel so you don't see that it's a jumpsuit until you move. Once you start to move you see the pants also trimmed in rhinestones. Long back covered zipper with two hooks at collar. Back panel with rhinestone trim closes over bottoms part of the zipper with two horizontal snaps and one hook.

This beautiful piece is from an estate that had many wonderful 1960s and 70s custom-made pieces including this one, thus no label. 

Approx. measurements taken flat:
Shoulders: 33" (5 cm)
Bust: 15.5" (40 cm)
Waist: 14" (35.5 cm)
Hips: 18" (45.5 cm)
Length – Center Back: 54" (137 cm)
Zipper - 22" (56 cm)

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When is a size 12 not a size 12? When it‘s vintage.

Today’s sizes have very little correlation to clothing size labels from past decades.   Over the past 20+ years designers and manufacturers have fed our egos by making standard size numbers smaller and smaller. Back in the 1960s there was no size 0.  The smallest size was a 6. Plus today’s men and women are fitter, taller and have much more muscle tone of than people of earlier eras. Even today‘s undergarments make a difference. Today’s woman isn’t corseted, girdled or wearing a stiff bra. So even the thinnest of people sometimes have trouble with vintage sizing.


When shopping for vintage clothing at MadgesHatbox look at the “measured flat” sizing in each vintage clothing listing.  This means the garment was lying on a table and measurements were taken from side-to-side. To compare, pull a like piece from your own closet. Place it flat on a table and measure across the front at the shoulders, bust, waist and hips. The bust measurement is taken directly under the armpit. It’s also a good idea to measure your sleeve length from the end of the shoulder to the wrist.


Keep these measurements handy and to be safe sure you are buying from a reputable shop like MadgesHatbox that accepts returns. If you have specific questions send us an email or give us a call at 404 850-1757 and we are happy to help.  You can read our complete return policy here.



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Buy with confidence. At MadgesHatbox we strive to maintain the highest standards both in item quality, descriptions and customer service. Don't like it? Returns are available if we are notified within 10 days of item receipt and received back to us within 30 days. Merchandise must be returned in original condition. Refunds will not be issued until after returned merchandise is received and inspected for damage.  Refunds do not include shipping costs. If items is damaged during shipping  please retain all packaging and notify us immediately at  

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