Incredibly unique 1920's pink and ivory linen sundress with a captivating dancing ladies novelty print! The print depicts Isadora Duncan dancing and is taken from an image in a 1921 La Gazette du Bon Ton. I love encountering new kitschy patterns in antique garments and this deco dress is constructed with alluring details as well. The sleeveless bodice has a lovely button trimmed cut-out and built in matching sash belt. There is a dramatic large-scale inverted pleat design on the left side of the skirt resembling a pink flamingo. This beautiful cutwork gives the garment so much depth and texture! What an outstanding dress for a stylish woman who uses her clothing as the material from which to create a work of art.
Bust: 36 inches
Hips: 42 inches
Total Length: 42 inches
This 1920's antique linen sundress is in excellent wearable condition. Garment slips over with matching built in belt. Only signs of age are watermarks and some surface spots which we have not tried to clean. This rare piece of fashion history is over 90 years old and is truly spectacular.