This dress is meant for bare feet, summer reading and back porches.
A charming sun-faded floral print in butter yellow, cornflower blue, and pale pink. The slightly uneven hemline is sure enough to catch the afternoon breeze in just the right way.
Estimated size – Small, dress is meant to fit slightly loose
Maker – Handmade
Era – 1930s
Fabric Content – Cotton Voile
Care – Hand wash, Dry flat
Closure – Snaps at side
Condition – Depression era clothing was often worn by their owners until it turned to rags, we’re happy this sweetie has made it through with life yet to live.
However, there are a few flaws to note:
Stress and scattered repairs to seams. One repair (approx. 1″ long) to fabric at side skirt, sitting about 13″ above the hemline. It blends into the pattern quite well, but please message us for a photo. There is also one small hole at the back neckline which is covered by the collar.
Measurements, taken flat:
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Shoulder to Shoulder – 16″
Opening at Arm – 16″
Bust – 35″
Waist – 32″
Hips – 40″
Bodice Length – 16″
Skirt Length – 30″
Total Length – 46″