This sultry, shimmery ivory wedding dress dating back to the 1930’s depression era is an exceptional example of fine tailoring straight out of a scene of "Boardwalk Empire". The buttery dress is composed mostly of an ivory silk satin material that drapes the body gracefully, since this wedding dress (as many dresses from that time period) is cut in a bias cut form. This allows for a major bombshell effect that hugs every woman's curves and accentuates the female form in the most flattering way. Don't be fooled though. While this dress is quite alluring and sexy, the crew neckline allows for a level of modesty that balances the sexiness of the form. The combination is a dress that is alluring but demure and tasteful at the same time. There are some interesting details in that the high neckline is accentuated by a rounded lace collar and the the front center of the neckline has a few fabric rosettes. Each of these rosettes contain tiny little fabric "spuds", made to resemble those within an actual flower The dress has a slight train, and the hem of the back has a small loop, perhaps to hold the train or hook it to a pre-existing button or hook. The dress is meant to be worn as a pullover since there are no zippers or buttons on the dress. This slinky remarkable wedding dress is the perfect balance of vintage elegance and sexiness.
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Damages/Notes: Excellent Condition. No rips or tears visible to the eye.
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