1920s 30s brown silky dress with an orange and yellow Deco print, pleated front peplum and bias-cut skirt. Fabric is probably a mercerized cotton made to look like silk or a rayon blend. Found stored in a dress box with the original belt and accessories appearing to have never been worn. Large off-white silk collar with orange piping and a ruffle trim. Pleats on peplum are off-center to the right. Original belt and an authentic 1930s buckle added. No side openings, slips on overhead. Comes with two matching bows, one of the printed/off-white fabric and one of the off-white/orange fabric.
label: Sunnyday reg prints guaranteed fast color
condition: cleaned and ready to wear. Checked inside and out for holes, stains, loose seams and wear. Condition is unbelievably well-preserved. Only issue is one sleeve is around an inch longer than the other sleeve. The previous owner may have been in the process of adjusting the sleeves and never finished the job.
**with all 1920s clothing, check the shoulder seam and arm opening measurements, these tend to be narrow**
skirt length: 25”
shoulder seam to seam: 15”
sleeve length: 21 3/4”-23”
arm opening (circumference around): 17”
cuff opening (circumference around): 7 1/2”
belt length: 40 1/2”