Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress

Antique 1910s Peach Striped Cotton Blouse and Bustle Skirt Dress

This Edwardian lawn dress is so sweet!  Pale peach and white striped, slightly sheer cotton.  The squared neckline is trimmed with lace.  Long sleeves with angled cuffs.  Fitted waist with an extra long peplum/skirt.  The top closes along the side and the waist with snaps.  The long straight skirt sits slightly low on the waist and has a lot of gathering in the back (for a bustle).  It closes at the side with snaps.  The two pieces can be modernized by wearing them separately...the top can be worn as a short dress and the skirt can be worn with an oversized white button down shirt.


  • DETAILS:
    Label:  none
    Fabric:  Cotton
    Circa:  1910s / Edwardian

    BEST FITS:   M  (see measurements)

    CONDITION:  Overall excellent, especially considering its age.  The dress shows very light, normal wear, with no specific issues to note.      
  •  
    Shoulders:  approximately 17.5"
    Bust:  up to 38"
    Top waist:  up to 27"
    Bodice length:  16" to banded waist; 40" total
    Sleeve length:  21"
    Skirt waist:  up to 28"
    Skirt hips:  up to 50"
    Skirt length:  36" in the front; 37" in the back   
    SIZING INFORMATION

  • CARE:
    Hand wash; line dry.  Contact us if you need more detailed care instructions.

    SHIPPING:
    Rates are determined at the checkout and are based on weight and destination.  If, however, our shipping calculator's estimated rate is greater than the actual shipping costs, we will refund the overcharge.


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