Vintage gown from English designer Thea Porter dates to the 1970's and retailed at Giorgio Beverly Hills. It is made of a variety of fabrics including an orange silk chiffon, purple/blue silk shantung, and ethnic metallic jacquard. V-neck and cuffs are trimmed with aged gold bullion. Side slit in skirt. Silk chiffon lining. Center back zippered closure. No size label.
Vintage tea dress/gown dates to the 1910's and is made of white netting that features embroidery at the bodice. Squared neck. 3/4-length sleeves. Center back hook and eye closures. Unlined. No size label, but fits like a US 6.
Vintage cocktail dress dates to the 1920's and is made of yellowish-green and gold lame jacquard silk fabric. It is comprised of a simple, yet striking pattern with a bandeau neckline and extra wide sleeves with side slits. Unlined. No closures.
Bust: Open Waist: 36" Hip: 36" Across Shoulder: 16" Sleeve Length: 17" Center Back Length: 41"
Vintage party dress from Ben Reig dates to the 1950's and is made of cream-colored silk satin. Fitted bust features a squared neckline and wide straps. Knee-length skirt is fully covered with fringe. Waistband ties at side waist. Unlined. Side metal zipper. No size label.