"Chrysanthemum" Vintage 1930's Green Floral Housecoat UK 10
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"Chrysanthemum" Vintage 1930's Green Floral Housecoat
This timeless 1930's green rayon house coat, with a bright and vibrant chrysanthemum floral print is perfect for your everyday vintage wardrobe worn as a dress
Her pointed collar is framed by a zip fastening to the front, allowing for the neckline to be worn at the desired length. Her mid length sleeves, with soft pleats to the seam of the shoulder, set off the fitted bodice and nipped in waistline, drawn in with a matching fabric belt
Her flowing skirt line is decorated with a small front pocket.
Enjoy wearing this dresscoat as a dress paired with bright yellow or orange accessories to complete your outfit.
Measurements of the Dress
Armpit to Armpit: up to 37 inches
Shoulder to Hem: 52.5 inches
Waist: up to 30 inches, this can be drawn in with the waist belt
Hips:up to 37 inches
Shoulder to End of Sleeve: 13 inches
Size: Medium UK 10
Closures: This dress fastens at the front with 34 inch metal zip
Condition: This dress is in perfect vintage condition, with a small discreet darn near the front pocket, this is well hidden within the floral pattern. This minor issue is not visible when the dress is being worn and only noticeable under very close inspection.
Washing instructions: This garment should be dry cleaned or hand washed in cool water.
Vintage garments have been previously worn and lovingly cared for, they may however have a blemish or two. Here at Willow Hilson, we try our very best to note all the details of each garment, although we may sometimes overlook things, which we do apologise for. Please do not expect perfection, unless stated so.
Please make sure you check all the measurements of the garment before purchasing. Vintage garment sizes are not the same as those of today. To ensure the best fit, we suggest you measure you favourite similar style garment and compare it to the measurements we have listed. All our measurements are taken whilst the garment is lying flat, we then double these measurements to reflect the actual size.