This was found in a box at my consignor’s house. Her mother and grandmother were hoarders starting from the Edwardian era. This blouse is late 1930s, early 1940s.
The blouse is a cream color taffeta with gold polka dots and 15 gold round buttons. The blouse opens at the buttons and there are no zippers or other openings. There are two darts running down the sides in the front and the blouse has a double peplum.
CONDITION: The blouse is lightly discolored on the inside of the neck and a hint on the front of the blouse. It could probably use a soak but I will leave that up to you so I can price as-is. You can wear. It without soaking just thought it needed a mention. Other than that it is in EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Bust: 20.5” x 2
Waist: 15” x 2
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These items are decades old. I go over each item with a fine tooth comb and describe everything I find in the listing, As a result, these items are considered "As is" with no refunds offered. However, if there is something glaringly wrong that I have overlooked, a return may be possible. In addition, if you find yourself extremely miserable with your item, I will consider a store credit on a case by case issue.
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