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This is a very special vintage wedding dress, combining the simplicity of natural fibers with an elegant design and long, semi-cathedral length train.

The design is very consistent with those by Jessica McClintock of Gunne Sax, or Laura Ashley, in the 1970s and 1980s. These two designers had their own sewing patterns that were very popular with brides. The high quality and design details on this dress make me reasonably sure it was designed by one of them (though of course I can't guarantee that).

Fabric is cotton eyelet, fully lined in cotton muslin. The dress is beautifully dressmaker constructed. Note the covered buttons, each with an eyelet flower in the center. Back zip, dropped waist, and very full elbow-length sleeves with elastic cuffs. Sweetheart neckline framed with eyelet lace.

Dress has been cleaned after photographing and will only need to be professionally pressed.

Condition is excellent. There are no rips, tears, stains, or issues. A simply beautiful dress.

Size: Approx. US size 4. Manni is a 6-8 and this is slightly too small. Measurements below are for the dress--your body measurements at bust and waist should be about 1-2" smaller.

Bust: 36.5" / 92 cm
Waist at narrowest point: 28" / 71 cm
Back (shoulder seam to shoulder seam): 13" / 33 cm
Hips: full

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Vintage Wedding Dress / Gunne Sax or Laura Ashley / Beautiful Cotton Eyelet / Small


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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