Incredibly elegant 1930s sumptuous silk satin bridal gown with a perfect Alençon lace collar. This gown is all in the details: a subtle keyhole bust line, carefully gathered bodice, bias cut body, puffed sleeves with a fitted wrist, and of course that beautiful long line of buttons at the back with a matching keyhole opening. The gown is made from the highest quality materials of its time, and is cut on the bias for a universally flattering silhouette. So, so elegant and feminine- a perfect choice for your special day. 

Excellent condition with a few minor notes. In the train and at the front hem there are a few very small repairs where there were tiny nicks in the silk, likely from a caught heel. They are nearly invisible, the largest about 1/2 in, entirely imperceptible when worn. Similarly there are two extremely small (1/4 in or smaller) repaired nicks at the back underarm, also nearly imperceptible. The lace collar has been expertly invisibly repaired at the side. Otherwise, just a few extremely subtle expected marks, none in particular worth noting.  This may seem like quite the list, but this gown presents as mint condition when worn. 


Bust 35-38 in 

Waist 26-28 in 

Hips up to 39 in

Shoulders 16-16.5 in (cut slightly off the shoulder)

Armscye 8.5 in 

Length 58.5 in 

Train length 42 in 


For reference, Analise measures 33/28/35 and is 5'9".