This early 1930 dress is crying out to attend a garden party! Lightweight, sheer silk crepe with a pastel floral print. Sleeveless with fluttery cap sleeves. Nude lace on the lining peeks through on the v-neck. The belt has a gorgeous rhinestone buckle. The matching rosette is actually separate (we've pinned it on), so can be worn anywhere and could even be made into a fun hairpiece. The dress is lined with silk. It slips on over the head with no additional openings, so your measurements would need to be smaller than those listed for the dress.
Label: none (probably homemade)
Best fits: M (see measurements)
Condition: Overall good. The dress presents beautifully, but does have a few flaws that should be noted. There are a few small holes, mostly under the arms (see photo). These don't drastically stand out because of the print, but they are there. There is also a repair under one arm (see photo). Also, there is subtle age yellowing under the arm and on the lining that lightened, but did not disappear completely after cleaning. While the dress isn't pristine, it is still very wearable with reasonable care. Priced Accordingly and Sold AS IS.
Bust: up to 37"
Waist: up to 32" (can be belted)
Hips: up to 36"
Bodice length: 16"
Skirt length: 25"