Vintage 1950s dressing gown is a knockout. This luxurious satin robe is screen printed ewith a massive bouqust of tropical flowers all along the right side. These have a sort of airbrushed look with subtle color transitions. The robe itself is a pale pink-purple hue, cut in an early 50s shape that has a wide collar and puff at the top of each sleeve, but no shoulder pads. The waist is fitted with internal ties, closing with a single button to the left. This matches the buttons that run up the bodice. This is made more for hosting than housework, and has no pockets.
Shoulders: 14" (with room in the puffed sleeves, this is misleading)
Label: None Present
Material: Acetate satin
Condition: Good minus, but very stird
This dressing gown is clean and ready to wear. If not for this one sort of flaw, it would be very good - it is lovely and sturdy. There's water marks throughout - mostly as splatter along the back left side (see photo) but also some larger spots elsewhere -that have a blueish tinge, and dry cleaning didn't remove them. I caused a faint water line visible on the interior trying to treat them by hand. I've literally cut the price to less than half of what I had expected to list it for after cleaning. Best as an indoor garments, but still luxurious, fun to wear and excellent for pajama parties!