Vintage 1940s ivory slipper satin wedding gown that has a lovely heavy weight that flows beautifully. This gown has long sleeves with slight points and snap closures, a dropped waist with pointed design, beaded bow embroidery that covers the entire bodice, long full skirt with a train, and back button closures. There is a way to bustle the gown in the back to pull up the train. (sorry I can't for the life of me figure out how to do it, but there are loops there!) Perfect for a winter wedding!
MEASUREMENTS: fits like: extra small, small (please use exact measurements for ideal fit)
waist: 26" (or tied smaller)
length: 58" (from shoulder to bottom hem) 95.5" (from shoulder to end of train in back)
condition: great condition - the only area is a very slight spot on the back of the dress but I honestly don't find it noticeable unless you look for it. There are several spots on the underneath of the dress, but they aren't noticeable when worn and wouldn't show when bustled either.