Ivory satin embellished with faux pearls and shimmering sequins at the wide scoop neck and abbreviated, scalloped over-layer of the skirt. Princess seams, nipped waist, V-back, and straps wide enough to accommodate your bra. Tulle peeks out at the front, creating the sought-after "cupcake" look. Multiple layers of tulle, netting, and satin create that dreamy look and feel. Outer satin layer is buckram-lined for shape. An absolutely beautiful, high-quality dress with just enough sparkle to make you shine. From the 1960s and local theater Onstage Atlanta.
Cecelia wears a modern crinoline beneath. It is not included, but readily available at any formal or bridal salon.
Labels: Mike Benet Formals
Fiber/Care: unknown, feels like synthetic (poly) satin with nylon net and tulle, dry-clean only
Condition: overall very good. there is staining around the hem where it touched the floor, what looks like a water stain at one side of the hem, and some marks on the upper back (do not show in photos and would be covered by a veil or long hair), there are some repairs to and some minor tears in the internal netting (easily repaired, but not necessary as they do not affect wear)
In the photos, Cecelia is set to approximately 5'9" tall. For a shorter bride, or a taller bride seeking a tea-length gown, altering the length would eliminate most of the hem stains, although they are not terribly conspicuous as is.
*This dress has been professionally dry-cleaned and is ready to wear.*
~ Beware the vintage size 11 tag. Use the following measurements as a guide. ~
shoulders: 16"/40.5cm to outer edge of wide-set straps
straps: 2"/5cm wide
bust: 34"/86.25 plus seams (clipped to fit Cecelia's 33.5"
circumference bust, but fits my 35" figure)
ribs: 30"/76cm around just below the bust
shoulder to hem: 61"/155cm
center bodice to hem: 54"/137cm
(BDV SKU: 00329-001)
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