Vintage late 1940s or early 1950s dressing gown is fantastic, in a textile that I've honestly never seen before. It's a blend - the tests are inconclusive, but some rayon and acetate in there for sure. The exterior is glossy, dramatic satin - and the interior is like a blanket lining ONLY IT'S WOVEN INTO THE FABRIC. I don't know what this magic is, but I really hardcore need this in my life personally, and I'm marginally bitter it doesn't fit. The details are classic for that very late 40s look - a high contrast collar, matching wide cuffs and a double-breasted bodice. There is a single deep pocket on the right hand side. There's no closures after the waist, so this can be a little scandalous if you want it to.
Label: None Present
Material: Rayon Satin
Condition: Very Good minus
This garment is clean and ready to wear. It has been let out to the maximum length, and I would guess FAIRLY recently as the person backed the hem with some extremely fresh pellon - not fusible, but rather stitched in by hand. I found two snags to the satin in the skirt. The collar and cuffs have some pressed in creasing. I find no other issues to note!