Unbelievably beautiful 1930s wedding gown made from the most incredible abstract Art Deco printed silk lamé fabric, woven with real metal fibers that give an unmatched sheen and luster to the material. This gown is perfectly styled for a mixture of sultry and sweet with fitted puffed sleeves, bias cut through the skirt, and a fabulous high neckline cutout. Complete with a full train and flower shaped Czech glass buttons at the back, this gown is the picture of subtle drama and elegance.
Excellent condition. There is one very small mark at the front of the gown just above the hem (pictured), otherwise excellent. Note: at the underarms on both sides, small gussets have been added to increase the size of the armhole. This was done very carefully and with original matching fabric- it appears to have been done when the dress was originally made/worn, and I do not consider it a flaw, but is worthy of mention none the less. This does not show whatsoever when worn.
Bust 29-33 in
Waist 22-26 in
Shoulder 12 in (fits up to 14 in puffed sleeves)
Armscye 9 in
Bicep 12 in
Forearm 9 in
Wrist 6.75 in
Length 57 in
Train Length 34 in
For reference, Aya measures 31/25/35 and is 5'8".