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Vintage 1940's Dressing Gown Robe | White Rayon Crepe with Marabou Feathers | Size XS, S



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This 1940s dressing gown is truly a rare and very special vintage piece. Made entirely of white silky rayon crepe which offers light, airy coverage while still leaving plenty to the imagination. Absolutely beautiful, with lush marabou adorning the entirety of the bodice, even edging the peplum waist sides. Tailored stitching in the back and two inner panels along the open closure that gather at the tops of each shoulder, giving a very flattering, fitted yet accentuating silhouette. This lovely robe cinches at the waist with two sewn in ties, and have shoulder pads to give the classic, darted 40's look. Loose 3/4 sleeves that taper toward the cuffs, edged with two rows of marabou feathers. A long skirt falling right above the ankles, depending on height. This stunning peignoir is perfect for any fan of Old Hollywood glam. An excellent choice for a bridal trousseau.

CONDITION - Excellent: no holes or rips. There are some very faint age spots that I was unable to remove with rigorous treatment. Darkest spot is on the right hip, and is still very light. All marabou in excellent, healthy condition, fabric is sturdy and seams are strong!


COLOR - White

MATERIAL - Rayon crepe, marabou


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

SHOULDERS - 16" SLEEVE LENGTH - 19" BUST - up to 36" WAIST - 24-36" HIP - up to 42" LENGTH - 51"

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MINT - New, no flaws, never worn
EXCELLENT - Used, no noticeable flaws
VERY GOOD - Used, minor to no flaws
GOOD - Visible wear, minor flaws
FAIR - numerous flaws, fragile, needs repairs
POOR - Damaged, use for display or study

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