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Vintage 1930s Silk Net Tulle Wedding Gown & Slip Set

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Stunning vintage 1930s wedding gown set, consisting of what looks and feels like an acetate & rayon satin slip (NOT the one shown in the photos, as it was too small to fit on mannequin) and exquisite silk net tulle overlay with double layered train! Slip has no closures so just goes on over the head. There is a tag inside slip front that suggests this was a designer wedding set (barely legible but I think it says Prince Matchabeth, Duchess of York"). Over-gown fastens down back with beautiful covered buttons. Gorgeous rows of ruffles on the bodice and sweet slightly puffed sleeves. Truly, just a dreamy 30s set!

Approximate Measurements of Garments (in inches):
Tulle Overgown
Bust: 29 at complete rest, but with stretch, best to 34 (though shown on 35.5" mannequin)
Waist: 22 at rest, with stretch (shown going to 26.5 on mannequin)
Hips: 40
Length: 56", plus a 60" train

Slip:
Bust: 33 (poss to 34 due to bias cut)
Waist: 26-27
Hips: 40-41
Length: 57

Condition Notes: For a silk net tulle garment, the overlay is generally in intact and wearable condition. Held back from being mint due to some breaks in the tulle that have led to small holes (esp. near armpits) and on bodice front and back, as well as a repaired spot on one sleeve (last image). These little holes are hard to notice when garment is on due to location and gathers in the fabric, and I don't believe they would completely render this garment unwearable, but want to point out their presence. Rest of tulle seems good. Aesthetically speaking there is a somewhat subtle age related patina on sleeves and bodice that has rendered these areas slightly less pristine white (I think it adds a delightful vintage character to the garment--but see last image). Slip has no visible aesthetic or structural issues. All in all, the set has charm and life left, but is sold as is, so please ask all questions and request any extra photos or info BEFORE purchase. Thanks!

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Vintage 1930s Silk Net Tulle Wedding Gown & Slip Set


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