Vintage 1960's Robe | Leopard Print Nylon with Black Velvet Edging | Size LG | Vanity Fair
This vintage 1960s robe by Vanity Fair was made in leopard print nylon fabric used for their iconic 'Jungle Girl' line. Very flattering, with a loose shoulder and bias cut. Tapered sleeves that are loose at the shoulder while gradually becoming more narrow toward the mid-forearm. Open in the bust with a velvet edged collar and side pockets. This darling little robe closes at the waist with a single black button, with a slim open skirt falling a bit below the knee. Perfect for a pinup or rockabilly lingerie wardrobe, and would also make an exceptional light jacket!
Very good - No stains or significant wear. A previous owner added an extra button and the homemade buttonhole was then later sewn shut. Two very small pinholes on only the outer layer of fabric, one on the right lapel and the second on the underside of the left.
BRAND/LABEL - Vanity Fair
COLOR - Leopard Print
MATERIAL - Nylon, velvet
SIZE - LG
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Length was taken from top of shoulder to hem.
- Hip measurement is max for comfortable overlap.
- Shown pinned on a size 4 dress form to show intended fit.
SHOULDER - 18"
SLEEVE LENGTH - 16"
SLEEVE OPENING - 19/shoulder, 12/lower bicep, 10/mid-forearm
BUST - up to 38"
WAIST - 32"
HIP - 44"
LENGTH - 44"
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