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Just imagine what this would cost if you were to commission someone like 3-time Oscar Winner Cecil Beaton (the man who also designed Audrey Hepburn's gowns in My Fair Lady) to make you a regency wedding gown!? Lovely ivory silk satin suspenders or braces without the hardware... Lovely for display as is, or add the hardware to wear. Beautiful embroidery of little red buds and light blue forget-me-nots flowers with green flowers. I'm also offering this simple wax headpiece to be worn with the wedding gown above. :) One side shows a bit more messiness with the thread that may have been attached to the original veil. As with most of these vintage wedding headpieces, the veils are a bit dry and you may want to just get a new one for a few dollars... And even better to know that this marriage is a long and happy one. this couple repeated their wedding vows 50 years later in 2009!As you can see, it's slightly sheer, so you will want to wear a slip under. late 1800's Man's Ivory Silk Satin Embroidered Wedding Suspenders or Braces! Although it didn't come with the wedding gown, it's very similar to what was worn, so you might want to purchase to go with the silk net veil that comes with the gown above. but surprisingly this veil is still in good (though dry) condition with just that one layer small hole you see at top. White and Ecru beads and faux pearls beads edged in netting. you may need to get new elastic at back to stay on. The wedding gown was worn only once, and beautifully preserved over the last 55 years. There will be material (from the sleeves, and/or from the tie belt - if you prefer the gown without it - the attached belt can be worn bowed in front or in back or removed) to do whatever is necessary. this gown is for the person who can sew, or has someone who can to turn this into that special gown you were hoping for! Click on the photo at the left to see a photo of the original 1930s bride wearing this gown!!! So the puffy upper sleeves are part of the gown, but still seen when the train is worn. However you can see there is extra room, so perhaps up to 34/35" bust, 27" waist. Connelly wedding gown from 1880 sold on my website for over 00. So although it's a museum quality piece, the condition would require a conservationist. There is a tape inside the back of the skirt which gives the train the right shape. You MAY still see a bit of light underarm staining, but it's hardly seen on the dress, most is on the sleeve. The gown closes at the back side with hooks/eyes and a few snaps Fits my 35"25"/36" mannequin perfectly, but will also fit up to 35"/27"/37", 58" long from shoulder to hem in front, 96" long in back. I have had quite a few 1930's wedding gowns with trained overcoats, but this is the first one I've had with a trained over VEST! Difficult to measure but fits the 33" bust, 25" waist dressform quite well. The interior is fairly good, except for the interior bodice wrap (see photos). Connelly" for the previous gown, I found out just how special these are! The interior bodice is nearly perfect with French seaming and tiny little bows.The asymmetric hemline has interesting tulle fabrication at front to give special design at the waist/hip as well as the hem. There is one small net tear at the hem (will need only a few stitches, but I can't sew, so...). Label inside gown reads "Paramount" and in hand written notation, "Barbra Streisand".Yes, there are photos of Barbra Streisand wearing this nightdress from the movie, but this scene (along with many others) were cut from the final released film, but there is even a blog dedicated to ALL the cut scenes from this movie. Measures: up to 35" bust, up to 30" underbust (12" down to empire waistline from shoulder), 59" long from shoulder to hem. there are extremely minor spots here and there, but really surprisingly clean!
LOVE the draping at the one side with the rope ornament!
The description of the gown from the original wedding newspaper clipping reads: "The bride wore a formal gown of light ivory bouquet taffeta with molder bodice, scalloped bateau neckline, bracelet sleeves and princess skirt with paneled Chantilly lace front, gathered side panniers and back skirt of matching lace with chapel train." Measures: 34" bust, 25" waist, 43" long from waist to hem in front and 55" long in back.
There are 40 self-covered tiny buttons at the back (I hope you will forgive me for not buttoning all...
It's a lovely shape which will hug your hips, full skirt, low back. Measures: up to 32" bust, up to 28" waist, up to 35" hips, 52-57" long from shoulder to hem. Here's the link to the blog: The movie genre was "musical/romantic fantasy". As you can see in the photos of Barbra, she wore with huge oversized night cap...
Would look great as a gown for a shorter woman, or will look equally great as a ankle length gown. There are just minor satin bruises and a very very slight darkening at the upper back (you won't see it at all under most lights). Creamy white silk satin and chiffon gown with illusion neckline to round neck. LOVE the long ruched sleeves with chiffon trim and bow at mid empire bodice. I think you might look better with a simple veil or sprigs in your hair.