1970s Ivory Renaissance Revival Wedding Gown with Lace Train




We wonder if anyone ever walked down the aisle to 'Knights in White Satin'.  'Cause this gown has us thinking of Medieval Times and, more recently, Harry Potter - sorcerers, noble knights and fair maidens. This empire cut gown consists of a sheer layer of white organdy over a sheath, with a floral patterned lace overlay at the bust.  The wide neckline is edged in a floral lace trim. Long sheer lace sleeves end in a barrel cuff.  The skirt of the gown as a panel of lace circling the bottom section of the gown, with a panel of lace trailing from the waist seam to form a train in the back. Zippered closure up the back.  The bust measures 34", empire waist 23", hip 35", shoulder 15", sleeve 23", length 54" with a 29" train. There are a couple of holes in the fabric at about the back of the knee height, to the left of the lace train, tend to get lost in the folds, and a couple of dark spots on the lace hem, otherwise excellent condition. $265   




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