$ 36.00Stunning sequined sweater in a bigger size. Ivory wool, covered in sequins, with a couple of cutwork areas embroidered in teal blue. Just perfect for Holiday parties! 100% wool but the not very itchy kind and..tah dah!...its fully lined so its easy to wear. This would look so cute with some skinny jeans and tall boots or heels. Label reads: Danny Ling &Co, Made in Hong Kong.
$ 18.00 - Sold OutFitted cropped top from the 50s, just dripping sequins in a fantastic S line pattern with interchanging soutache ribbon in between. Sleeveless, scoop neck. Completely covered in sequins. Fully lined in acetate or rayon. Remarkably light weight and flexible. Metal Zipper up the back.
$ 39.00Classic black cardigan from the 1940s. Buttons up the front with marbled buttons. Has vertical ribbing across the yoke. Fells like an acrylic to me. No label though the stitching remains show where there was one once. I'd say this is a small to medium size.
$ 66.00How fortunate am I to have come across not one but two of these 1940s woman's wool army shirts? Short sleeves with very cute little triangle cut details to the cuffs ( see last photo). Cropped shape, button waist band in the back which is adjustable to three different settings ( 1st button, second button or unbuttoned completely). Collar is lined, but the rest is not. One breast pocket. Labell ( which is very helpful actually), says Imported Japan, Frontier Wools, 95% virgin wool, 5% nylon, size Small, single needle WPL 926. WPL is a wool label and the lower the number the earlier the date made and the 900s is pretty early.