50's Three Toned High Low Dress In Navy Emerald Green and Burgundy$149.00
Made in the 1950s by an accomplished home seamstress. Constructed of floral patterned navy lace, underlined with burgundy satin, and accented with emerald green satin.
This is a classically styled high low dress. Meaning the skirt has drape that is longer to the back than the front of the skirt.
Likely made from a McCall's pattern that is pictured in the 8th slide. However, the seamstress may have taken liberties, and made the dress three tones, instead of the pictured single.
27" skirt (front)
29" skirt (back)
Size M - L US, 10-12 US, 12-14-16 UK. For best results, please go by the garments measurements above.
Condition: In great vintage shape. This is a home sewn piece, therefore the finishes were never professional grade. There's some loose threads here and there, some dark spots to the emerald green train, but the spots are hidden by the natural drape/ folds in the skirt.
This dress is photographed with a separate crinoline underneath. To achieve the pictured volume, you must own your own crinoline.
This item is sold from a vintage seller in Lake Oswego, OR.
Material: Lace & satin