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Vintage 1930's Nightgown | Pale Rose Pink Silk Satin Glace with Soutache Embroidery & Lace | Size S | Lerner Shops

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This vintage 1930s night gown by Lerner's was made from pale rose pink silk 'satin glace' that feels like heaven against the skin. Bias cut with princess puff cap sleeves which cover the very tips of the shoulders. Stunning soutache embroidery along the collar and center slit bodice, with lace edging adding a very elegant touch to a classic gown. Lightly fitted through the upper hip, flattering the figure beautifully. This silky negligee falls to the ankle with a scalloped hem and shows a modest yet sexy amount of skin with a deep V cut back.

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CONDITION :

Very good: I counted 8 tiny pinholes with a fray spot on the right sided of the chest that isn't quite a hole yet. Impossible to show in photos, but there is lots of incredibly faint browning throughout the gown that was dramatically lightened with treatment, however I was unable to completely remove. Although it doesn't show, please take my word on it; it's there! Shows best when wet.

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BRAND/LABEL - Lerner's Shops

COLOR - Pale rose pink

MATERIAL - Silk satin glace

SIZE - Small, Medium

MEASUREMENTS:
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Measurements given for comfort and coverage.

SHOULDERS - 17"
BUST - 35"
WAIST - 30"
HIP - 38"
LENGTH - 54"

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