Dixifried is a Los Angeles clothing company that launched in 1997 and has been enjoyed by enthusiasts ever since, as no other brand has matched their level of workmanship. Around the same time they came into being, an artist dubbed “The Queen of Detroit” by Juxtapoz had just garnered regional praised for her breakout exhibits. Niagara soon saw success in New York, San Franciso and Tokyo, subsequently creating the iconic “Niagara Girl”. The figures were far from those found in traditional pinup art, as she represented feminist swagger with drop dead gorgeous looks and an equally dangerous demeanor. They were hard-boiled, tough-talking dames who would rather dispatch a man than put up with his antics; bold post-pulp comic strip countenances of femme fatales in various depictions of malfeasance. It is easy to see why these gun-toting, booze-swilling ladies would be an appealing inspiration.
The Niagara Dress is crafted from high quality soft stretch bengaline and features a sultry neckline with a tie and cutout detail at the bust to showcase your assets. Though the cap sleeves have the appearance of being almost off the shoulder, they will actually stay put and not slide at inappropriate moments. A fitted silhouette and gathering at the center front of the dress hides imperfections around the tummy area, while a front slit provides an unexpected touch. This stunning dress is available in both basic and plus sizes [up to 2x] and comes in black, red, white, peach and Tiffany blue.