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✧ by Fred Perlberg Dance Original -- early American couture designer label
✧ black and green taffeta eyelet; bodice is lined in green, skirt is unlined
✧ unique circle pinwheel designs in the eyelet
✧ boning inside of the bodice for shape + support
✧ square neckline + nipped in waist
✧ gathering at waistline for added fullness to the skirt
✧ fastens up the side with a covered metal zipper
This gorgeous dress was actually designed to be a dance costume -- the skirt was left unlined in order to show off the dancer's legs! Of course, with a little slip this makes the perfect 40s party dress, with artful details and flawless construction. I just adore wearing dresses that have a bit of boning in the bodice; it will make you stand taller, look slimmer, and feel as feminine and glamorous as can be. A perfect dress for any especially special event!
This beautiful dress / dance costume is in perfect condition and was made over 60 years ago -- it is truly a treasure and very rare!!
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please note: this dress was photographed over a crinoline for extra fullness.
♥ details + measurements
Best fits: xxs, xs
Label: Fred Perlberg Dance Original
Bust: 31-32 in.
Waist: 24 in.
Length of bodice: 16 in.
Length of skirt: 27 in.
Total length: 43 in.
Excellent vintage condition with no stains, tears, or visible mends. Just perfect!!
United States $15.60 Priority
Canada $13.00 First Class | $30.60 Priority
Everywhere Else $21.00 First Class | $45.00 Priority
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Dear International Friends: due to the value of this garment, the only available shipping option is Priority, as this is the only shipping method that allows for foreign tracking. Please convo for combined Priority shipping quotes.
Dear International Friends: due to the value of this garment, the default shipping is set to Priority, as this is the only shipping method that allows for foreign tracking. Please convo for combined Priority shipping quotes, or to discuss the possibility of First Class shipping.