"Chartreuse Peplum" Vintage 1940's Silk Peplum Dress UK 8 US 4
This mesmerising 1940's dress, with a trailing floral pattern in shades of chartreuse, green and cream on a black silk background, is the perfect piece for your vintage wardrobe.
Her V shaped neckline is framed by a silk turned down collar, and smocking stitches along each shoulder line, that radiate into soft pleats along the yokes. Her short length sleeves, frame the fitted bodice. Her cinched in waistline, is accented by smocking stitches beneath the waist seam, to either side of the front of the peplum, radiating out into soft pleats. Her longline peplum cut, sits above a simple black silk skirt, completing this piece in an iconic 1940's silhouette.
Measurements Of The Dress
Armpit to Armpit: up to 36 inches
Shoulder to Hem: 41 inches
Waist: up to 26 inches
Hips: up to 36 inches
Neckline to End of Sleeve: 8 inches
Shoulder to Waist: 15.5 inches
Size: UK 8 US 4
Condition: This dress is in near perfect vintage condition. A very light scattering of small age marks concealed within the floral pattern beneath the V shaped neckline. Light colour variation along the armpits. These minor details are in no way apparent when the dress is being worn, and only noticeable upon close inspection
Fastenings: This dress fastens at the side with 8.5 inch metal zip and 3 press studs
Washing instructions: This garment should be dry cleaned
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.