Size 6 Wedding Dress - Gorgeous 1960s Empire Satin Bridal Gown with Daisy-Dotted Sleeves & Train - Priscilla of Boston Deadstock - Bust 33.5

$ 416.50

This early 1960s wedding dress has sublime details in sumptuous fabric, from the renown designer Priscilla of Boston. This bridal gown begins with a heavily detailed Empire lace bodice & scoop front neckline, contrasting with the completely unadorned A-line skirt. The sleeves are sheer net with lace gauntlet forearms, and the back skirt & sleeves are star-dusted with charming daisy appliques. This beautiful vintage bridal gown has a brief train-like extended skirt that trails about 12 inches behind the bride. Original tag attached... this dress was $400.00 forty years ago, which would be over $3,300 in today's dollars!


Ladies' Size
5 to 6

Bust 33.5, Raised Waist 27; Neck to Raised Waist 13.5, Neck to Dress Hem 61, Train Raised Waist to Hem 57 Inches


''Sallie's / GOLDSBORO, N.C. '' and '' Priscilla / of Boston '' at back bodice

Ivory satin with a refined gloss and good feel to it, ecru fine net, ivory Alencon floral lace, ecru five-petal daisy embroidered-look appliques, matching muslin and taffeta linings

Center back synthetic zipper


Condition Detail
Never worn, mint except the following: two 1 x 1/2-inch faint gray imprints on lower left back skirt, hard to find; one 16 x 1-inch pale beige mark near-vertical at back right skirt with a few dark specks nearby, this is slightly noticeable

Washing Instructions
Dry clean

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