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♛The Details

Absolute glamour. A vintage 1930s/1940s full-length formal gown in a soft red chantilly lace (intricate and beautiful) layered over matching acetate, with a heartbreakingly lovely fishtail hem treatment of fine tulle. Sleek deco lines with a portrait shawl collar, sweetheart neckline, curvy bow detail, and an exuberantly full, fantastical skirt. Dramatic and not for the wallflowers out there!

Metal side zipper.

This dress has an old paper tag attached to inner seam, indicating it is a professionally made piece.

All accessories (belts, jewelry, crinolines, pins, etc.) are for style inspiration only unless indicated.

♛The Measurements

About a modern size M.
Bust: approximately 38".
Waist: 28"/snug 29".
Hips: Full/46".
Shoulder to hem: 39"

♛The Condition

Excellent vintage shape with no noticeable flaws or issues noted. Remarkably preserved for its age! I went over it carefully, and the only thing I could find is a well-concealed 1" mend in the lace of the high rear hip area of skirt and a single micro-hole in the outer layer of lace. You have to hunt and hunt to find it; it does not attract attention at all. Red is a rare color in vintage of this age, and the color has survived well without fading.

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: lace, acetate, metal zipper, tulle
  • Feedback: 1095 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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