1950s, 34"bust,wedding ensemble consists of gown and coat of egg shell white rayon slipper satin. Gown has crystal beading at bosom, in a bow motif. Bodice of gown is strapless, with stays sewn into the interior of bodice, bodice comes to a point at waist. Skirt is full, fuller in back, and a bit longer in back than front. Coat has rounded lapels, buttons at mid section with 5 round satin buttons. Skirt of coat is floor length in front, with a cathedral length train in back. Faux pockets are at each hip, and are decorated with the same crystal motif as the bodice.
Bodice to hem front 44", back 46"
Width at bottom 144"
Shoulder to shoulder 15"
Arm holes 7"
Lapels 3" wide
Shoulder to hem front 52"
Back shoulder to hem 95"
Width at bottom of train 180"
Condition very good, stays at bodice bent
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Condition of Garments:
If conditions are perfect we label them: Excellent
If conditions are near perfect we label them: Very Good.
If conditions have more then a few mendings we label them: Fair
We strive to announce and make clear all details of each garment including points of love (mendings, etc. ) on vintage wear. Since we are human and working in some cases with Baby Boomer eyesight. There are some cases that we may miss something. But please know we check and recheck and recheck again to insure that we communicate clear descriptions.