Antique 1920's Peignoir Robe | Size XS, SM | Sheer Ivory Silk Georgette with Angel Sleeves & Long Train Hem
Antique peignoir made of ultra sheer ivory silk georgette fabric. Center tie closure at the neck with an entirely open front. Incredibly long angel sleeves with a 38" opening and a long trailing train in the back. Perfect for photo shoots or a bridal trousseau. An exceptional collection piece.
BRAND/LABEL - Unknown
COLOR - Ivory
MATERIAL - Silk georgette
SIZE - Extra small/small
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Measurements given for comfort and coverage.
SHOULDERS - 18"
SLEEVE LENGTH - 34"
SLEEVE OPENING - 12"/top 38"/at cuff
WAIST - open
HIP - open
LENGTH - 53"/front 67"/back
Exceptional antique condition, completely wearable with care. Dark spots on upper left sleeve, one hole at center back, one directly above hem on rear-side, and one on the upper right shoulder.
This 1940s dressing gown is as sweetly feminine as a little robe can be. Made of silky rayon satin in a creamy shade of white, with a beautiful pastel floral pattern. Very flattering with a darling ruffled yoke collar and slightly darted short sleeves. This darling gown has a gathered bias cut bodice that drapes beautifully, with two sewn in ties to pull forward and tie at the waist. An open hip and flowing skirt, which falls below the knee to about mid-calf, and a smooth backside giving a stunning silhouette. There is a fairly large pocket with a ruffled trim on the left hip for trinkets, and an inner tie that keeps the robe from shifting. This piece is quite similar to many of the iconic styles by Radcliffe, but is quite unique in its design and length. A superb collector peignoir suitable for any wardrobe, and could easily make a very lovely wrap dress when worn with a good slip and foundation wear.
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