Jaw dropping-ly beautiful white Edwardian dress circa 1900s to 1910s. Cotton just dripping in lace and embroidery and pintucks. High lacey neck, with hooks and eyes and tiny delicate shell buttons up the back. Long sleeves, French seams, and beautiful lace panels on the skirt. It is small of course, but not impossibly so like so many other dresses of this age. If you've been following me for a while you know I've been hoarding this dress just to look at it and take lovely photos of it. Its a pretty special dress and I've been calling it "THE dress". I am going to be incredibly jealous of whomever gets this beauty. Just sayin'.
Excellent vintage condition. This is one of the better condition dresses I've seen from this era. Incredibly wearable. The only real things to note are a few tan smudges on the skirt. I haven't spotted a single hole, and the lace is almost completely intact, with only a pea sized opening along a seam at the neck, which could easily be stitched if its bothers you. There is no closure at the very top of the back of the neck. I am unsure if that was intentional or if its gone missing over the years or what. I pinned it up in the photos but you can decide if you prefer it loose or would rather have a hook and eye there.
Measurements when lying flat. Doubled at bust and waist.
Armpit to armpit across bust: 39"
Waist: 25" barely
Shoulder to waist: 15.5
Shoulder to bottom hem: 57"
Please note: These are vintage, preworn and/or preloved items. I do my best to list any issues, but signs of wear should be expected. Please feel free to convo me with any questions. I'm truly happy to help in any way possible and I'm always up for a chat. Any accessories shown, including crinolines, are for display only, not included unless otherwise stated.