1930's Bias Cut Wedding Gown
1930s wedding gown in a very lustrous pearl ivory slipper satin that is cut on the bias and has the most gorgeous and unique deco seaming at the bust and lower back. The neckline is high with a slight cowl, the back is low and open, the bodice is straight and the skirt is fitted and floor length, with a slight fishtail train. The dress slips on over the head, with no closures.
Measurements (measured in inches) Fits like an XS/Small (waist is narrow to get your shoulders/bust through, so it might be best to have someone add closures to get it over your head)
Bust 38" - 42"
Waist 28" - 30"
Hips 38" - 42"
*model is 5'6" and her measurements are 34/27"/35"*
Material: Rayon Slipper Satin
Condition: Excellent - a few very light spots on the bottom of the dress, about 5mm each. They are low down on the skirt of the gown near the hemline and go very unnoticed because the train at the back is fluid and has folds. This gown has been hand cleaned - and the spots may be completely removed with a dry cleaning. See photos for detail.