Original Tags :: Vintage Early 1960s Tanner of North Carolina Floral Dress :: Size M


Original Tags!!! This Tanner of North Carolina dress is in like new condition. It’s colors are bold with a feminine floral print and classic early 1960’s cut.

Colors: Raspberry, Cream, Navy and Royal blue

Material: 100% Qiana Nylon

Style: 6063

Pattern: Waterlily

Condition: 9.5/10

Brief History of Tanner of North Carolina:

“Tanner of North Carolina was founded in 1931 as the Doncaster Collar and Shirt Company. Its founders were S.B. Tanner, Jr., and his wife Millie of Rutherfordton, NC. In 1935 the company began direct sales to consumers, through the Junior League of Charlotte. The concept caught on, and the business grew nationwide, with Millie as designer, and S.B. (known as BoBo) as the business director.

During the 1950s, Doncaster fashions were sold through direct sales and a second label, Tanner of North Carolina which was started in 1954, was sold through department stores and specialty shops. Dorothy Cox was hired as the designer about 1954. Before that, she was with McMullen.

The company celebrated their 75th anniversary in 2006.” Vintage Fashion

Shoulder seam to shoulder seam 14”
Bust 20”
Base of back collar to hem 39.5″
Shoulder seam or armpit to hem of sleeve 10″
Waist 30″