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Vintage 1950's Dressing Gown Robe | Blue & White Nautical Stripes with Lilac Purple Accents | Peggy Prim | Size SM, MED



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This 1950s dressing gown is perfect for sunny summer months. Made of a silky rayon taffeta with a very fun navy blue an white nautical stripe pattern, light and airy with a lovely sheen. A deep V cut front outlined with lilac purple lapels that give a darling contrast to the stripes. Half sleeves falling just above the elbow with complimentary lilac folded cuffs. Fitted through the waist with an inner tie to prevent shifting and two purple buttons for closure. A cuffed pocket rests on the right hip to hold your trinkets and add a dash of color to the huge sweeping open-skirt. This fabulous robe has a hem falling to the ankle providing a striking amount of drama to your movement and has a natural A-line due to the bountiful fabric. An excellent choice for any beach-themed photo shoots or getaways! Such a great robe.

CONDITION - Excellent: no holes or rips. One light brownish spot on the front around where the center rib cage is. A couple of spots on the inner tie, and some very faint blue color bleeding on the left lilac lapel and pocket cuff. Some seam repairs which are invisible, mentioned for transparency.

BRAND/LABEL - Peggy Prim

COLOR - White, navy blue, lilac

MATERIAL - Rayon taffeta


- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.

SHOULDERS - 16.5" SLEEVE LENGTH - 12" SLEEVE OPENING - 12.5" BUST - 34-36" WAIST - 27" HIP -open LENGTH - 56"

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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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