Daring 1940s Cocktail Dress with the Lowest Sheer Lace Neckline, Button Accents and Matching Belt


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      Vintage 1940s dress is deceptively seductive and daring. The exceptionally sheer netted lace of this dress is truly the lowest it could possibly be without exposing the whole of your underpinnings. The dress is a light peach hue, a nude for pale skin tones and rich contrast for darker skin tones (this is probably most obviously daring on dark skin.) We've show it paired with both nude and with black underneath. The bodice has decorative buttons from collar to waist, and a snap closure on the neck. The sheer segment is two layers - a very sturdy net, and then a very fine, delicate silk netted floral lace. The skirt is four draping gores. The dress closes on the side with a sturdy metal zipper. 


      Shoulders: 16
      Bust: 40”
      Waist: 29.5”-30”
      Hips: 44”
      Length: 48”

      Label: None Present
      Material: Rayon Crepe, chantilly lace, sheer mesh
      Condition: Good minus, very wearable, as is

      This dress has not be cleaned, as there's some flaws which prevent it from being a simple process. The outer layer of the lace - the silk layer - has three breaks on the left shoulder and two on the right.  The underlayer is still perfectly sturdy, so the breaks don't stand out, or affect wearability. The skirt has scattered light small  spots and some mild tanning toward the hem. The price has been reduced to half what it would be in better condition, 

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