Look let's not pretend this is couture, though I am 96% sure it is homemade--expertly made! It's pure polyester, a nice soft one but don't stand near an open flame. The high victorian neckline is sweet, in its white nylon lace, with the matching cuffs, each fastening with four pearl buttons (one of the elastic loops needs reattaching). It fastens with a back nylon zipper, has an elasticated waist and is unlined. No labels at all. The color is simply delicious.
Measurements: waist 30", bust 35", length 36", shoulder 18" (though it's a raglan sleeve so there's wiggle room)
STORY: I got this specially and wore it for Easter -- there's a video of me in it someplace!
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