Vintage gown dates to the 1930's and retailed at "Stefan Kozak Inc." in New York City. It is made of textured silk crepe with a multicolor floral print. It is cut on the bias, which creates a very flattering shape. Front and back cowl necklines. Large beaded flower adorns left side of bust. Unlined except throughout bodice. Side snap closure.
Bust: 32-36" Waist: 25-26" Hip: Open Center Back Length: 55" Skirt Length: 38"
Vintage beach pajamas date to the late 1920's through mid-1930's and are made of a soft red cotton with a stylized Art Deco floral print. V-neck has a textured white cotton center front panel. Single silver-toned button on white panel. Garment is unlined.
Museum-quality 1930's Eastern European blouse has bold, floral and grape vine hand-embroidery down the sleeves and on the front of the blouse. Made of a cream-colored cotton gauze. Filet lace inserts run vertically down sleeves. Wide strip of muslin added to the hem, presumably at the time the blouse was made or shortly thereafter. Unlined. No closures.
No size label but would be best suited for a Small/Extra Small.
Bust: 32-34" Waist: 34" Across Shoulders (approximate): 15" Sleeve Length (approximate): 20" Center Back Length: 21 1/2"
Vintage capelet dates to the 1930's and is made of lightweight black cotton that is covered in an allover pattern with glass bugle beads. Tag at center back neckline reads "Made in France". Center front tie closure. Unlined.
Condition: Excellent. Wear consistent with age and use.