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The following information is from the vintage fashion guild label resource site & my thanks to them

Bill tice designed for several ready-to-wear firms in new york before becoming the head designer for royal robes in 1968. He moved to swirl from 1975-1984.

Tice is well known for his loungewear designs and is credited for originating such at-home fashions as closely pleated caftans, jersey floats, and the quilted gypsy look.

He received a coty award for lingerie in 1974.

A beautiful vintage ‘70s velour robe by designer bill tice sold at neiman marcus adorned with leaves

The 2 tone greens are a gorgeous combination together but unfortunately, i could not get the correct shade - the lighter shade is a deep mint luscious shade while the darker green is more of a seafoam - the bill tice label is identical to a 1970’s label from the vintage fashion guild label resource - nice thick velour as one would expect from a robe from neiman marcus - trimmed in satin with ties & a zipper in front - beautiful embroidered leaf appliques on both sleeves - nice detailing on back which one never sees nowadays

Just a gorgeous velour robe from bill tice from neiman marcus & you know if it came from neiman’s that it was no only expensive but a quality item as well

Approximate measurements:

By: bill tice - neiman marcus
Size: no tag
Bust: 43
Waist: 46
Length: extra long 60
Fabric: no tag but velour
Condition: very good
Care: no tag








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Since these are vintage items, a bit of extra care needs to be taken with them so they remain beautiful & I definitely would never put a vintage nightgown or a peignoir in the dryer as it would ruin it.

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