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Vintage 1940's Dressing Gown Robe | Rich Rose Peach Rayon Satin with Floral Print | Size M | Styled by Saybury

$198.00

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This vintage 1940's dressing gown robe by Styled by Saybury was made from silky, rich rose peach hued rayon satin and looks to have been very lightly worn. Delightfully feminine, with a sweet floral print in shades of green, purple, pink and white. Shoulder pads and princess puffed sleeves, with a ruffled yoke and bias cut to flatter and provide the classic 40's silhouette. An open deep V cut and sleek ankle length skirt, with an internal tie to keep the robe closed without shifting. This stunning robe closes with a button snap and attached ties to cinch the waist to your liking. Absolutely enchanting, beautifully crafted, and perfect to wear both in and out of the home.

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CONDITION :

Excellent: no holes, rips or stains. Looks to have been very lightly worn,

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BRAND/LABEL - Styled by Saybury

COLOR - Rose peach, multi floral

MATERIAL - Rayon satin

SIZE - Medium

MEASUREMENTS:
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Measurements given for comfort and coverage.
- Length taken from top of shoulder to hem.
- Can easily ignore, move or remove button snap at waist for smaller or larger sizes.

SHOULDER - 17-18"
SLEEVE LENGTH - 11"
SLEEVE OPENING - 13"
BUST - up to 42"
WAIST - 30"
HIP - up to 50"
LENGTH - 55"

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