5T 1950s Blue Snow Suit - Shabby Condition Child's Ski Jacket, Pant & Two Hats - 50s 60s Turquoise Furry Lined Windbreaker - Winter Novelty

$ 45.00

1950s snow suit for a child with novelty ski theme! This set includes four nylon pieces - a zip-front jacket lined in faux fur, a ski pant with overall style bib, and two hats to match. It's in fair condition (see Condition Detail below), quite shabby, ideal for carefree wear or a kitsch mid-century look. The jacket has a rounded lapel, two waist pockets, and two-tone knit depicting skiiers around the waist. Matching pant has metal snaps attaching the shoulder straps to the bib front, with top-stitched front creases, and a quilted nylon lining. The hats appear to be about the same size.

Child's Size
Unmarked (approximately 5T)

Chest 28, Waist 22 to 24, Hip 26; Jacket Neck to Hem 18.5, Shoulder to Shoulder 12.25, Sleeve Length 16.25, Ski Pant Overall's Shoulder to Hem 36.75 Inches, Pant Inseam 15, Outseam 22 Inches


' tidykins / A tidy PRODUCT ' to back neck jacket

Turquoise blue rip-stop nylon, matching blue and white novelty ski theme knit (probably rayon blend), white acrylic faux fur jacket lining, offwhite quilted nylon pant & hat lining

Center front metal zipper to jacket and overall, silvertone metal snaps to front of overall bib, matching snaps at pant hems


Condition Detail
Shows lots of use, jacket has a 1/2-inch tear at upper left shoulder and a 1-inch tear at underside of right wrist (see photos), threadbare holes along creases of ribbed wrists, the jacket waist pockets have obvious holes and fray to edges, a few frayed pulls to sleeves, a few dingy/yellow hints to front torso; pant has obvious adhesive marks (see photo) at left torso, pulls in the nylon at front waist, and obvious heavy wear to knees, three holes at seat; hat (and the rest of pieces) have top stitching loss and mild fray to ties

Washing Instructions
Warm hand wash, shape and dry flat, steam if needed

Please Note: For garments, all measurements (bust - waist - hip) are the maximum body measurements that will fit the item. These measurements already have ease subtracted and they are not actual fabric widths. To get actual fabric widths, add two at the bust, one at the waist, two at the hip.

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