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Wowza - An incredible vintage 1930s art deco influenced gown.

Stunningly vibrant coral, orangey slightly stretchy, textured nylon blend.

Sleeveless, fitted bust with high neck and little square shoulder panels.
Slinky, fitted bias cut skirt.
Includes self fabric wrap around tie belt.
Key hole opening on back with back neck hook.

Closes with panel of side snaps. Unlined. Garments may be pinned to model to show best fit.


Label: No makers label remains
Fits like size: Extra Small


Bust: 32"
Waist: 22"
Hips: 31"
Length: 55"

Condition: Good. There is general all-over wear from age and there are several small holes on front bust and a fairly small spot on back neck (shown in photos)
Sold as is - reflected in price - Please convo with any questions.

Item is from our Summer 2013 lookbook! View the full collection by Portolese photography here:

Items are shipped via USPS Priority Mail in the US. International destinations are shipped via USPS First Class International. Items are always shipped with insurance. Please Inquire for rush mail, International costs or for combined shipping costs. We are happy to combine shipping for multiple items purchased and offer a 20% discount of 4 or more items purchased.
Please do not hesitate to convo with any questions.

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Vintage 1930s Gown - Coral / Orange Art Deco Bias Cut Sleeveless Dress 30s - Extra Small


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: rayon, nylon
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 521 reviews
  • Favorited by: 107 people