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Oh my, how some pieces of vintage clothing have a way of conjuering up all sorts of mysterious stories....
This happens to be the case with this wonderful old relic. This was in a trunk, part of an estate that I helped to liquidate (in my world that means finding new homes/owners to treasure these pieces that someone has left behind) There were and still are several other pieces that belonged to this woman, but this was the only piece that resembled a wedding dress. I always try to piece together their life through their clothes...and the eras of each piece. So, I am assuming this was her wedding dress and she got married at a fairly young age. The other pieces were from the 20's and 30's and they are sexy so she couldn't have been too old when she wore those.
Ok, there you have my story and now you may have this dress~It needs some TLC...but, I just know that there are all sorts of creative peopke out here and whether you use it for design, for inspiration, for a pattern, for a prop....it will stop and make you wonder.....

Please look at my pics..I have some more if you need to see them. There is damage to the netting...the silk is in pretty good shape considering the age. The cumberbund/sash is organza and is in good shape...not quite sure if that is the original piece! Maybe a silk sash would be better. Notice the lace insets under the netting in the bodice...A very romantic piece.
I think it could be worn...once you address some of the issues. It's not crumbling or falling apart in my hands!

It measures 13" flat across the waist, so a 25" or smaller waist would probably be best. Underarm to underam she measures 18" flat.

Charming 1900's Antique Wedding Dress-Steampunk-Edwardian-Titantic Fashion


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: net, silk
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 152 reviews
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