Size 4 Wedding Dress - 1960s Taffeta Empire Bridal Gown with Bishop Sleeves & Bows - 60s Wedding Gown - Bust 33 - Raised Waist 27- 31830-1

$ 89.99

A traditional bridal gown with demure details, this wedding dress was a budget choice in the 1960s judging by its glue-applied lace on the sleeves and the velcro closure to the gauntlet style V-point wrists... it could be a smart project piece today for a bride with sewing skills. It has an Empire waist and bow accents with starry buttons at the bodice and front skirt. The skirt's a formal A-line with a wreath of lace to lower front. Fully lined with a $150.00 vintage price from over forty years ago.

Ladies' Size
4 to 5

Bust 33, Raised Waist 27; Neck to Raised Waist 13, Neck to Hem 57 Inches


'Sallie's' with vintage size '10' at back bodice

Egret* ivory rustling taffeta, matching satin ribbons and lace appliques, pearlescent ivory plastic star accents, papery fiber lining

Center back metal zipper


Condition Detail
Never worn, the sleeves have clear glue near some of the lace appliques with a small beige daub of glue adjacent to one of the appliques at right sleeve, a tiny similar clear mark at lower front skirt

Washing Instructions
Dry clean

Please note: 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 inches at the bust - one inch at the waist and two inches at the hip.

Size listed is a modern size. Any available vintage size is noted in the Label description. Please remember vintage sizes and modern sizes can vary a great deal.

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