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Charming 1940s dress in a soft, lightweight cotton adorned with a feedsack
style print. The dress has some very nice features: there are short bands of
smocking on either side of the waist with gathering above that extends onto
the bodice. It also has a functioning drawstring neckline. It buttons from neck
to hem with faux-wood buttons. The sleeves are capped and the skirt is flared.

condition: Excellent!
label: Debbie's by Lampl
approximate size: medium or medium/large

bust: 39"/40"
waist: 29.5"
length: 42.5"
bodice length: 16"

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Yes! Holliepoint accepts returns in exchange for store credit in the amount of the purchase price of the item. This credit never expires and it can be used during sales or in combination with other promotions. The item must be returned unworn and in the condition in which it was shipped. Please contact me within three days of delivery, item must be shipped back within seven days of original delivery.
Yes! Please note: an item cannot be reserved or put on layaway within 24 hours of its original listing time. Items may be reserved for 24 hours without a deposit. Items may be reserved or put on layaway for longer periods with a 20% non-refundable deposit.
Items are generally shipped within 1-3 business days of purchase. In the case of a shipping delay an announcement will be made on the shop's homepage.

Vintage 40s Dress / 1940s Feedsack Dress / Tiny Floral Print Cotton Dress


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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