• 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
  • 60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown
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Gypsy Trading Post

60’s/70’s White Lace and Silk Gown$329.00

- The Wedding Collection

Mid century victorian style creamy white bridal gown / wedding dress. It has gorgeous transparent lace upper bodice, upper back, and sleeves with a flowing panel of lace trim! The back has faux buttons that go all the way down (but the actual closure is a hidden zipper). The front has faux buttons on the lace bodice too. The sleeves have actual functioning buttons that match the buttons going down the backside of the dress. There is a flattering thick silk ribbon around the waist that ties in the back. What makes this dress extra special is the dramatic full and long flowing train with many layers off silky fabric and floral lace! It has a bustle so it can be pulled up and worn as a fuller ball gown without the long train too! It is in near mint vintage condition with very little or no signs of use.

There is the smallest stain that can barely be seen (see photo). The fabric is fresh and firm to the touch and should be dry cleaned, not machine washed.

The tags inside read: "INT LADIES GARMENT WORKERS UNION, MADE IN U. S.A" "SIZE 8" "DRY CLEAN ONLY".

It is roughly a modern size Small.

Measurements:

Length at the back (starting at top of turtle neck - when bustled)-85"

Length at the back (starting at top of turtle neck - when bustled)-55"

Length in front (starting at top of turtle neck)- 55"

Shoulder-16"

Sleeve length-25"

Chest- 30" (measuring from armpit seam to seam)

Waist - 26" (measuring at waist ribbon)

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Los Angeles, CA.

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