$ 69.00Beautiful lemon yellow 60s maxi dress. Would be darling shortened! Has a matching tie belt. Taffeta with a slight floral pattern to the fabric. The skirt is fully lined.
$ 295.00Stunning 1930s wedding gown in a champagne / darker ivory satin. Absolutely beautiful! Long full sleeves with lace at the wrist and buttoned cuffs, matching lace trim across the collarbone. Dozens of buttons up the back and a long train. The satin on this is super soft. Label reads, Dancing Mode.
$ 26.00Darling ivory fascinator veil, circa 1940s or 50s with a birdcage veil and crochet lace flowers round a stiff mesh crown base. No label. Hat seems to be one size fits all, or at least most. Really pretty little thing and perfect for a vintage wedding.
$ 325.00Stunning 1940s wedding gown in a champagne / darker ivory satin. Absolutely beautiful! Short sleeves, shoulder pads, sweetheart neckline and princess seams, metal zipper on the side, and all these lovely flower appliques on the sleeves, bodice, down the front of the skirt and along the bottom front of the skirt. The satin on this is super soft. No label. Small size, I'd say.
$ 129.00Beautiful party dress from the 1940s, possibly 30s. Peach taffeta. Shawl collar and layered skirt. Size small.
$ 325.00Stunning 1950s wedding gown in white lace that makes me think of the wonderful Grace Kelly's gown . Absolutely beautiful! If you love lace this is the gown for you. Princess waist, square neckline with just a few seed pearls and sequins scatted to catch the light. Long sleeves that point at the wrist, layer after layer of lace flounces with a built in crinoline underneath for fullness, cathedral train. The top layer of lace is gathered together in the center with two satin flowers. All the lace is scalloped edged. This is a true Princess style wedding dresses.
$ 149.00Utterly stunning ivory veil, circa 1950s. Base is a Juliette cap of stiff wire covered in tulle and lace with a comb to hold it to the head. Cap is bendable so one size fits all as you can mold it to your shape for a perfect fit. Chapel length but very close to cathedral. Has a blusher that can worn forward or in back, or both following tradition. Trimmed in Alencon lace and faux pearls. No label.
$ 60.00Beautiful lemon yellow 60s maxi dress. Would be darling shortened! Has the cutest little satin bows on either side of the zipper in back. Feels like a linen or linen blend, fully lined. No label.
$ 189.00This dress is so beautifully constructed. Lets start with the bodice. Brown lace and soutache over a flesh colored rayon lining. Peter Pan collar. Snaps up the front and one hook and eye at the top. Long unlined sleeves with those gorgeous cuffs at the bottom. Now the skirt. Floor length, very full, rich espresso brown satin over an acetate lining. Matching fabric covered buttons all down the front. All but the top three of those buttons are decorative only. Matching satin covered wide belt. There's two labels. One on the skirt reads: Harold Levine Original, which is the designer, and the other on the bodice reads: Al Cooper, which I believe is the store. Larger size this dress!
$ 95.00Stunning Renaissance Inspired wedding gown by Emma Domb, circa 1960s. Champagne satin with a square neckline and short sleeves trimmed in the most beautiful trim of deep red roses and green leaves. Then, look down at the bottom hem and there is a full 7" wide band of even more glorious trim of flowers in hues of blue deep red and rust with green leaves. Its so gorgeous! Empire waisted. Zips up the back. Label reads: Emma Domb, California. Medium size, I'd say.
$ 28.00 - Sold OutDarling pastel blue girls party dress. Fit and flare shape and the skirt is a full circle or very close to it. Would be utterly perfect with a crinoline under it. Fabric feels like an acetate. Its a brocade pattern of vines and wee flowers and leaves. There are three blue velvet ribbons round the waist with bows in the front. This dress buttons up the back with four really cute little blue buttons that are perfect with this dress. The bodice is lined in a lavender acetate. There is no label. I'm not very good at sizing girls dresses, but this is for an older child, not a toddler and certainly not a baby. Please refer to the measurements I've given below.
$ 28.00Darling ivory topper hat, circa 1960s with a birdcage veil and ivory velvet ribbon bow. This is two layers, the bottom one is a stiff ivory faille ( I think), and atop that is a ring of what appears to be some form of synthetic fringey material. I am not familiar with this material, but it resembles grass to me actually. Attached to this is an ivory birdcage veil. There is no designer label but there is a union made label. Hat seems to be one size fits all, or at least most. Really pretty little thing and perfect for a vintage wedding.
$ 49.00Fluffy bright pink prom or bridesmaids dress from about the 1960s. Puffed sleeves with elastic cuffs and shoulders and big satin bows at the shoulders. princess neckline and seams on the bodice with piping at the waist. There is a layer of what feels like a poly chiffon over a satin-ey lining. The skirt is very full, not quite a full circle but close. Fully lined, metal zipper down the back. No label. Small sized I'd say. A little too small for my dress form so I've left it slightly unzipped at the top, but the zipper does work fine. :)
$ 40.00Ballet pink 60s crepe maxi dress. Cute floral detail around the waist with a bow at the center of the back. Metal zipper, fully lined.