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This dress is truly stunning..
Bodice is Chantilly lace covered in iridescent sequins and pearls with delicate cap sleeves.

Fully lined Taffeta skirt is covered in a layer of tulle and then a beautifully designed layer of organdy layer with pleats and tucks..accented once again with Chantilly Lace and sequins/pearls.
On the back, the there is another Chantilly lace panel inset in a wide V design...Perfect for walking down the aisle. Beautiful lace appliques accent along the organdy back and front creating a stunning light effect.

Buttons up the back. We did not button all the buttons for the pics...:)

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Please check your measurements carefully.


there is a 1 in. seam allowance in the seams of this dress.

Bust 32
Rib cage 27
Waist 24
Length in front 58.5
Back length 79.5


Bridal veil available at:
crboggsdesigns.etsy.com

A little History on Smith and Lang
Smith & Lang was Stockton, Calif.'s oldest department store, established in 1899 by Alfred B. Lang and John H. Smith. Alfred B. Lang (b.1874), a founding partner, first worked at the Alexander Chalmers Dry Goods Store where he met another clerk, John H. Smith, with whom he opened a store at 124 E. Main. The company was incorporated in 1910 and six years later John Smith died leaving Alfred Lang President for over thiry-five years. By 1950 the company employed 125. On July 22, 1958 Smith & Lang burned to the ground in a fire called the "worst national mercantile fire of 1958. February 1963 Weinstock-Lubin purchased Smith & Lang and the company ceased business.

Everlasting Love-Vintage Smith and Lang Co.1950s Organdy-Chantilly Lace and Tulle Princess Bridal Gown

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: fabric, beads
  • Feedback: 57 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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