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Channel your inner Harlow. A vintage 1930s nightgown in pale vanilla ivory bias-cut rayon satin with sheer fine chiffon and eyelet lace bust. Sleek deco lines with a plunge neckline and back bodice and a sleek, slinky skirt with a sweeping hemline; a triangular godet insert adds additional fullness to the hem. Too beautiful to hide in the boudoir, nightgowns like these can be worn as unusual evening gowns...and of course, are a thoughtful gift for a bride's honeymoon trousseau.
Closes at side with hidden hooks/eyes.
All accessories (belts, jewelry, crinolines, pins, etc.) are for style inspiration only unless indicated.
About a modern size M to L.
Bust, underarm to underarm, measured flat then doubled: 38"/snug 40"
Waist area: 30"
Shoulder to hem: 57 1/2"
Very good vintage shape with no overt flaws or issues noted. Well-preserved for its age and quite clean, including the underarms. Under close scrutiny, I found some scattered traces of yellow on the back of the gown, but they're so faint as to be difficult to detect. Also, it should be pointed out: the fabric has some of the typical scattered tiny "dimples" that are often found on these old bias-cut satin gowns.