Vintage 1920s Art Deco Bias Cut Satin Wedding Gown Dress
$367.20 USD $459.00 USD
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Lovely vintage late very 1920s to early 1930s wedding dress. White bias cut satin with v-neckline and beautiful satin flower appliqué at hip. Drop waist style and snaps up the left side. It is in very good condition, there is little wear and puckering to the satin on the bodice and some white wear spots on the skirt which are mostly lost in the drape of the satin. There are a few very light marks and three small holes, 2 of which are near the hem. See these things in the last photo. Professionally cleaned and ready to wear.
No tags. Dress is shown fitting loosely on a US size 0 professional dress form. For reference the dress form measurements are 31.5'/24'/34'. Measurements below are unstretched, taken flat and doubled where necessary. As this is bias cut there will be a little bit of stretch to this fabric that will allow for about an additional inch or so in the measurements but please note, this style was meant to be worn loose and not form fitting.
Bust - 34 inches (86.36 cm)
Waist - 30 inches (76.2 cm)
Hip - 42 inches (106.68 cm)
Length from shoulder to hem - 53 inches (134.62 cm)
Professional dry clean only.
** This dress is a final sale. No returns or exchanges. **
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