Added Oct 28, 2010
This is a unique piece, created by an unknown designer in the early ’40s. Can be worn as an exquisite cocktail dress or even as the rare, unique marriage dress. A real dream of ecru lace. Handmade extremely fine Belgian lace dating around the 40s. -A cross-shapely sheath dress to the knee before opening with a large wheel on the bottom decorated with two silk bows. -The waist line is highlighted with a silk belt that closes in the back with a knot.The beautiful ecru lace is worn on a background of beige silk dress. -Zipper on the side.
handmade ecru lace, satin
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