Elegant and refined upcycled vintage mesh lace long sleeved dress with slip. Professionally made in the late 1990s from fine mesh French lace vintage 1900-1920 textiles combined with newer lace trimmings.. I believe the lace is called tambour, tiny looping on fine mesh with open cutwork, and combined with other laces. Delicate ivory tea in color. Sheath cut slips overhead. Square neckline with gentle puffed long sleeve. Ruffled lace at sleeve cap and cuffs, loop and button to close. Slippery bias cut silk slip works together perfectly with v front and adjustable spaghetti straps. Exquisite bridal, wedding or formal gown. Choosing vintage and preowned is a simply way to support a healthier, cleaner environment.
Condition: Very very good vintage condition, Dress is freshly laundered and clean. Slight fray edges, I see several scattered pinholes in fine mesh. See photos.
Maker: Talented designer unknown. Slip is commercially made labeled Lesoir.
Fabric: Lace probably cotton. Slip is silk
Size: un labeled size. Fits like a Medium 10. Dress Bust 40", waist 18" down from shoulder 40", hip 37" down from shoulder 48", Length from shoulder 52", Across shoulder 15", Sleeve length 24", armhole 18", bicept 12-1/2". Slip Bust 37", underarm length-31".
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