FLASH SALE! Red 1950 Rockabilly Party Dress - Sattaj Collections
1950's Rockabilly Style Women's Vintage Dress

1950's Rockabilly Style Women's Vintage Dress

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Gross Weight/Package: 0.35( kg )
Material: Polyester
Silhouette: Asymmetrical
Dress Length: Knee-Length
Sleeve Length: Short Sleeve
Sleeve Type: Regular
Combination Type: Single
Closure: Zipper
Pattern: Plain
Season: Summer

Size:
S: Dress Length: 103cm / 40.6inch; Bust: 87cm / 34.3inch; Waist: 67cm / 26.4inch; Shoulder: 37cm / 14.6inch; Sleeve Length: 18cm / 7.1inch;
M: Dress Length: 104cm / 40.9inch; Bust: 91cm / 35.8inch; Waist: 71cm / 28.0inch; Shoulder: 38cm / 15.0inch; Sleeve Length: 18.5cm / 7.3inch;
L: Dress Length: 105cm / 41.3inch; Bust: 95cm / 37.4inch; Waist: 75cm / 29.5inch; Shoulder: 39cm / 15.4inch; Sleeve Length: 19cm / 7.5inch;
XL: Dress Length: 106cm / 41.7inch; Bust: 99cm / 39.0inch; Waist: 79cm / 31.1inch; Shoulder: 40cm / 15.7inch; Sleeve Length: 19.5cm / 7.7inch;

 

1950 Rockabilly Fashion Dress

You don’t want to miss out on a country-inspired clothing piece that screams fun and flirty! Check out this 1950 Rockabilly Dress from Sattaj Collections. It is made of polyester material with a decent length that falls on the knee and puffy short sleeves. There are many 1950 rockabilly dresses with different designs, colors,, and prints but the vintage rockabilly dresses in solid black or solid red colors are a closet staple. The 1950 rockabilly fashion is said to be one of the most interesting styles because of its use of bold, rich colors, and old-school style. It looks so playful and fun, perfect for a rockabilly dance craze party!



What is rockabilly?

In case you didn’t know, the term “rockabilly” is a combination of the words “rock” and “hillbilly” from rock & roll and hillbilly, respectively. While hillbilly music contributed greatly to the style’s development, other influences include Boogie Woogie, Western Swing, Jump Blues, and Blues Music. This is the type of fashion that is greatly associated with music. The whole thing about rockabilly started because of music, one of the earliest rock subcultures. A great example of an artist during this era is Johnny Cash. These are the types of music that were popular in the 50’s to 60’s that people loved to dance to. Having that said, dancing looked so much better with a rockabilly party dress moving around as women danced to the rhythm!

 

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