Black Striped 1940s Vintage Dress with Contrast Buttons
This original forties dress is made of a striped rayon fabric. The standout detail is the unique square panelling on the shoulder yokes.
The dress's skirt is a voluminous and pleated style. The bodice features two deep orange buttons with engraved detailing. Short cap sleeves with shaped cuffs.
Fastened with the bodice buttons. The dress does not have any opening at the waist to aid in putting it on, so it does require a little agility to get in and out of. It would be possible to add press studs or a zip of your own or have it done at a tailor.
There is some wear to the fabric where the buttons are secured to the dress. This is covered when the buttons are fastened. The skirt also has several small holes and stains that are easily lost in the pleats (see images), hence the reduced Make Do & Mend price.
Measurements suit UK 08 - 10
Bust: 34 inch / 86 cm
Waist: 28 inch / 71 cm
Length: 43 inch / 109 cm
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