Ballerina length wedding dress is embossed ivory tulle with a wide, scooped neckline and bracelet length pointed sleeves. The bodice is closely fitted and the dress has a full circle skirt. Can be worn with a full petticoat for extra "oomph" as shown in the third photo. Sleeves are very closely fitted. The fabric has a "flocked" look achieved with what looks like a type of paint making the patterns on the tulle. The paint is a bit scratchy but the dress is fully lined. Closes at the back with a lot of tiny hooks and thread loops, you will need to have someone with nimble fingers to hook you into it. The lining is rayon. No labels, it's a custom made dress - 1950s.
Petticoat worn in photo 3 is not included.
Bust 82 cm (32")
Waist 66 cm (26")
Shoulders 35.5 cm (14")
Back 34.5 cm (13.5")
Sleeve length to the point on the back of the hand 57 cm (22.5")
Sleeve circumference at the opening 38 cm (15") from the underarm is 20 cm (8")
Sleeve circumference at the elbow 25 cm (10")
Sleeve circumference at the upper arm 30.5 cm (12")
Shoulder to waist 39 cm (15.25")
Length 121 cm (27.5")
Fair. It has a few minor issues as shown but presents well. A small spot on a sleeve, a number of other small spots which are lost in the fullness of the skirt. A number of holes in the lining - the holes in the bodice have been patched with adhesive patches so that the holes don't show through the lace. The skirt lining has some old patches, a few darns and a number of small holes, none of which can be seen while the dress is being worn.