"Paeonia" Vintage 1930's Floral Dressing Gown UK 10-12-14


"Paeonia" Vintage 1930's Floral Dressing Gown

This vintage 1930's soft cotton, floral dressing gown, in shades of pink ,grey green and brown, is a wonderful addition to your vintage loungewear collection.

Her V neckline is framed by a swooping shawl collar, trimmed with light blue pipping.
Her full length sleeves finish in cuffs with single button fastenings.
Her cross over bodice fastens with a matching belt that loops through the gown and meets to the back, cinching in the waistline, while showcasing the beautiful flowing skirt and single front pocket.

Perfect for the enjoying long Sundays at home, or alternatively thrown over your swimwear at the beach.

Label: Miltor Brand

Provenance: Great Britain

Measurements of the Dressing Gown

Armpit to Armpit across back: up to 36 inches

Armpit to Armpit across front: up to 40 inches

Shoulder to Hem: 42.5 inches

Shoulder to end of sleeve: 21 inches

Shoulder to shoulder: up to 18 inches

Waist: 30 inches- this can be made smaller or bigger

Size: Medium UK size 10- 12-14

Closures: Waist belt

Condition: This dressing gown is in beautiful loved condition. Light age marks throughout, which blend in beautifully with the trailing floral pattern, but are apparent upon closer inspection. Light fading in areas. This piece has been priced accordingly.

Fabric: Cotton

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.