Amazing 1950s long white net dress, perfect for prom or a vintage wedding. SIZE M, chest to 38 inches. Made of a layer of rayon acetate fabric covered with a layer of fine net. Swags of net around top, small 'sleeves' of net can be worn off the shoulder. Metal boning all the way around bodice for support. Metal zipper down side. Full swishy skirt. No tags. In ok condition - acetate underlayer has some rust spots around bottom in areas (see last photo). I have not tried to remove these. They are fairly hard to notice due to the fullness of the skirt. ***Photos taken with and without flash***
Chest up to 38 inches
Waist up to 28 inches
Length down side 53.5 inches
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