This sweet 1910s dress must have been part of a two piece look, but as long as you have a slip for it, it will serve you beautifully as a dress today. A lightweight summer lingerie dress, this was almost certainly homemade, it features charming puffed sleeves and home crocheted collar and cuffs. The same crochet accent bands the skirt. It closes at back, using two self-fabric ties at the waist (the reason I think this was paired with another garment) and hooks up the back of the bodice.
Label: None Present
Material: Sheer Voile Cotton
Condition: Good plus
This has been gently handwashed and is ready to wear. There is some light brown discoloration at the right neckline/shoulder, and three small spots on the left sleeve. There is a cluster of very light spots on the right back, and two yellow spots on the left back (all get lost in the volume of the skirt.) It is sturdy and wearable. I find no other issues to note.