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LABEL ~~ See photo --adorable stork label reads "An Ed Volin - Maternity -" No size or content tags but it's hard, crisp finished summer weight wool (not itchy - feels a bit like linen but doesn't wrinkle as badly).
MEASUREMENTS ~~ Of the garment - approximate in tummy & bust circumference due to the ability of all those little accordian pleats being able to open up stretch like crazy!
BUST ~ Armpit to armpit 21" (relating to a 43" bust measurement), but that's designed to sit above the breastline like a yoke. You can probably go comfortably up to about 60" without really torking the pleats out of shape.
SHOULDER ~ 16" between the outer edges of armholes across shoulder.
LENGTH ~ 25 1/2" from top shoulder seam to bottom of hem.
BOTTOM SWEEP / HIPS ~ 48" without stretching any pleating (laid totally flat), but I'd say a max sweep would be 90" to 100" (yes, really!).
DETAILS ~~ Real vintage maternity clothes are hard to find... In big families of the 50s & 60s, Mom wore & saved her wardrobe for the next pregnancy or passed her things on to pregnant friends or family, until these garments became well loved & worn out (early recycling at its best!).
I was thrilled to find this new old stock maternity top. It's charcoal gray with crisp accordion pleating all the way around to give you lots of room. The best thing is it doesn't automatically translate to "maternity wear" by todays standards - just a unique and extremely well tailored piece with wonderful construction.
The yoke has three sweet little buttons & the smock has no fasteners - it just slips easily over your head.
This fabric has a hard finish that stays cooler in summer and doesn't itch, yet it would provide a nice extra layer of warmth if worn over a turtleneck in fall & winter months.
CONDITION ~~ Is MINT and it's from a smoke free home.
Please feel free to convo any questions & thanks for browsing.