In days of old, The Victor Division in Camden, N.J. issued the dress code and pattern for its female employees returning to the office after World War II. The classic 'pencil skirt', as the design became known, represented to many women a new power and freedom of expression around the offices - which had typically required ankle-length clothing at all times. The 'pencil skirt' design would become exceedingly popular, and today - The John Wanamaker® Collection has introduced its version of the mid-century classic - adorned with an eye-catching patterned 'VTMC' monogram - the logo that adorned every building of the Victor Records Plant in Camden, NJ for nearly 100 years.
• Imported fabric: 82% polyester/18% spandex
• Material has a four-way stretch, which means fabric stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains.
• Elastic waistband
• Made with a smooth, comfortable microfiber yarn
• Precision-cut and hand-sewn after printing
Model wears size S
Model's height: 5'10''/177 cm
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