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You will look beautiful in this beautiful vintage ‘40s / ‘50s silky nylon bias-cut grand sweep dressing gown peignoir by campus girl - it is so sweet & feminine looking

This lovely dressing gown is perfect for entertaining or just when you want to look glamorous when having your morning coffee - the dressing gown is in a pale pink shade with tiny darker pink rosebuds & leaves sprinkled over the entire gown - there is also a background print of vines & buds in white

The oversized large collar is trimmed with sheer embroidered organza lace trim for a very feminine look - wide cuffs on the light-as-a-feather nylon dressing gown - there are 2 pink buttons at the waist surround inside with a circle of tiny pearls - large pocket on the front with a faux flap trimmed with more organza lace - inside ties for a good fit - vintage pinked seams inside

2 darts at the back neck with 2 more at the waist extending up the back for some shaping – 2 darts under the waist area for fullness in the skirt - the circumference of the dressing gown is 143” or nearly 12 feet of silky nylon in the bias-cut skirt - there is a very large true bias-cut insert on the bottom back of the dressing gown that gives it all of that fullness

Just a lovely vintage ‘40s / ‘50s grand sweep bias-cut dressing gown adorned with tiny rosebuds that you will look & feel so glamorous when you have it on

By: styled by campus girl
Size: could not read the tag size so go by the measurements for a good fit - i wear a size 10 & it fit me perfectly both in size & length
Bust: to 41-½
Waist: the waist measures 26-1/2 & the buttons could be moved over a bit if you needed it larger
Length: 59
Fabric: no tag but a very silky nylon that drapes beautifully
Care: no tag - i would probably gently hand wash & drip dry but no washer or dryer
Condition: very good - light fading on the bodice & back but i didn‘t really notice that until i held up the bottom of the skirt to the top & no one else would notice it either - there was a spot right below the waist on the skirt & i did an oxy soak & the majority came out - just a faint shadow of it left so probably another oxy soak or 2 will eliminate it although it is not that easy to see with all the little rosebuds scattered on the dressing gown - remember this is vintage & is 60 - 70 years old & it‘s surprising that it‘s been found in great of condition as it is so the other is really a small flaw - no holes, rips or tears or hem out


Care Instructions

We examine each item carefully and note any imperfections, but unless an item is said to be new, please don't expect it to be perfect & even some new items have small imperfections. I will always state in the description if there are any imperfections & I never do repairs but leave them to others who are better able to do them than me as that is not my expertise.

Please remember that unless specified all items have been used and will show varying signs of use or wear. We always list the obvious imperfections to the best of our abilities. However, some slight imperfections that will not show or affect wearing or using the item may slip by or not be considered worth mentioning.

Vintage nightgowns & peignoirs may be delicate so I do not wash them in the machine. I wash them in lukewarm water with Woolite or some other mild soap, then rinse & hang dripping wet in the shower.

Since these are vintage items, a bit of extra care needs to be taken with them so they remain beautiful & I definitely would never put a vintage nightgown or a peignoir in the dryer as it would ruin it.

The items are sold as we find them. We do not dry clean, launder, alter or repair vintage clothing and they should be cleaned or washed upon arrival. Please make your selection carefully & check the measurements as there is no return on clothing or other items.

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