1950s Style Black & White Polka Dot Tea Length Petticoat Crinoline | Unique Vintage
1950s Style Black & White Polka Dot Tea Length Petticoat Crinoline

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1950s Style Black & White Polka Dot Tea Length Petticoat Crinoline

Item #:38397
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$44.00

$22.00

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THIS IS FOR THE CRINOLINE SLIP ONLY, THE DRESS IS SOLD SEPARATELY. This is a black with white polka dot swing style petticoat to give your purchase a great 1950s flair. Shown under many of the dresses for sale on the site. Elastic waist 23-42". Length 27". The outer skirt has multiple tiers of nylon net with matching satin binding on each tier. The underskirt is made of nylon organza to prevent scratchiness. One size fits most.

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Kaylee

04/23/2015 08:54 PM

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I absolutely adore this petticoat fits like a glove cute as hell

genevieve

04/14/2015 10:20 AM


5'8"

29

39

Fit

Perfect petticoat for swing dancing! The wide elastic waistband is not snug on me but it also doesn't slip down so I am pleased with the fit. It is not at all scratchy and I like the "unexpected" polka dots when my dress shows a bit of petticoat while dancing. A very pleasant bargain at $22.00!

Judith

12/31/2014 11:30 PM


5'7"

34B

27

39

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This was just the most darling petticoat! I was thrilled about the quality when I first tried it on and it absolutely fit like a glove! It works perfectly with my clothing as well and it is the best addition to my wardrobe in 2014!

Kate

05/08/2014 01:00 PM

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This is a lovely petticoat but not quite one-size-fits-all. The waist is a bit loose and it ended up down near my butt. I had let it rest on my hips because it was too short. I wouldn't call it tea-length -- it hits about the middle of the kneecap. I rolled up the waistband of my skirt and wore the petticoat on my hips to get the correct length, and this would have worked if the petticoat elastic was a bit smaller. The elastic also twists inside the petticoat waistband. All that being said, it's really attractive and strong -- I stepped on it countless times in my heels when it slipped down and it has no rips at all. I'm going to bring it to a seamstress and have the waist and hip are converted to a very wide (like 6" - 8"), flat elastic. It'll be worth it because this petticoat is so well-made otherwise. I'm 5' 7", 36" waist.
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