# Note! Please read carefully before buying! # ★ This mall focuses on old clothing with preservation value in the 1960s and 1970s. The products have traces of unavoidable use, and occasionally new stocks. If you do n’t like second-hand goods, please go around! ★ Cloths may have buckles, yellow stains, small dirt, holes ..... defects, we will wash and repair before putting on the shelves, if the stains cannot be removed or other obvious defects that cannot be repaired, it will be in the product page Instructions, please think twice, don't impulse to place an order, unacceptable buyers, please do not buy ★ Please confirm the size before submitting the bid, or ask your questions. We will not accept returns after the size or marked defects. Cash on delivery service is not provided, please confirm the payment within seven days at the latest after confirming the purchase, please do not arbitrarily drop the bid and destroy the integrity ★ The color of each computer screen is slightly different. The original color of the product has been shown in the picture as much as possible. If there is a color difference after receiving, please forgive me. Please refer to the flat or close-up image for the actual color model: male 170 cm / 57 kg female 153 cm / 43 kg / Size / Product may have a measurement gap of ± 2 cm, please pay attention Collar width: 12 cm Shoulder width: X cm Sleeve length: 56 cm (27 cm with upper sleeve slit) Cuff width: 25 cm (24 at sleeve) Chest width flat: 47 cm Waist width: 45 cm Length: 132 cm Hem width: 85 cm Bifurcation: X cm Product status: At the end of the 1960s, when the hippie era arose, the wonderful plant totems on Indian or Pakistani woodcut cover dyed fabrics were romantic and rich in color. They were loved by the hippies at the time. The most expensive and hard-to-find style to date is the super-long floor Umbrella dress (maxi dress), which is special in that the sleeve was the most popular part of the time, the so-called triangle sleeves or bell sleeves are special products of this era. Before manual dyeing, the fabric must be dipped and processed to a state where the dye can be easily dyed into the fabric fibers. Then, with the skill of the craftsmen, the pattern is carved with large or small wooden boards. , You have to make multiple versions, which is very time consuming. Some dyes are taken from minerals or plants. After the fabrics full of patterns are finished, they need to be fixed, washed, and dried before they can be made into clothes. Because the main religion of Pakistan is Islam, this dress combines the elegant, geometric overdye pattern of its terroir. It has a round mirror embroidery around the cuffs and neckline, which is very heavy (the small round mirror may be partially detached or cracked. , This is an unavoidable situation, please note). Moderate thickness, slightly thicker than general cover dyed cloth, good overall preservation Material: 100% cotton BajuTua's antiques and handicrafts collected from various places are few or only one. Every item is carefully selected for you!