Deep salmon-pink suit in a raw-silk weave. Unlined jacket has self-fabric shoulder pads, bound seams, covered-button placket with two additional buttons at the figure-flattering seamed detail, and interior pockets. Midi-length, unlined skirt has pinked seams, slightly A-line silhouette, and metal Milco side zip with flat hook&eye closure. From the late 1940s or early 1950s.
From local theater Onstage Atlanta. Here's a 1951 advertisement for Lampl suits, courtesy Jessica at MyVintageVogue.
Labels: Fashioned by Lampl
Fiber/Care: unknown, but Lampl was known for rayon dresses and suits in weaves resembling raw silk and linen, dry-clean
Condition: the skirt's button and hook&eye are vintage and modern replacements, respectively
*This suit has been professionally dry-cleaned and is ready to wear.*
length: 22.5" from nape to hem
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