A breathtaking ivory white liquid silk satin gown dating back to the mid-1930's Old Hollywood era of glamour. So Jean Harlow! I have never seen such a romantic bodice; a slight sweetheart gathered front-tie with covered buttons running down the back. I adore the couture hand-beaded floral motif and sparkling prone-set rhinestones. This figure flattering garment nips in at the waist while skimming the hips in a magnificent trained bias-cut. The curved lines of the skirting create an extra long, lean look. We added many detail pictures so one can appreciate the masterful achievement. You can definitely wear this show stopper to any red carpet event or it would make the dreamy bridal look for a modern wedding.
Bust: 32-33 inches
Waist: 24-25 inches
Hips: up to 36 inches
Total Length: 60 inches (not including the train)
This rare mid-1930's bridal gown is in excellent wearable condition with no rips, holes or discoloration. Presents beautifully. Only sign of wear is an older repair to the inner bodice which is not seen when worn. Please message for detailed pictures. The dress closes with back covered buttons. A rare museum quality treasure you will cherish for years to come.