Authentic Vintage 1940s Red Lace Deep V-Neck Prom Dress - Size 0/2 | Unique Vintage
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      Authentic Vintage 1940s Red Lace Deep V-Neck Prom Dress - Size 0/2

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      Authentic Vintage 1940s Red Lace Deep V-Neck Prom Dress - Size 0/2

      Item #:37786
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      $300.00

      $50.00

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      Don't forget the petticoat!

      Oh darling, we just love a lady in red! A fantastically 40s authentic vintage piece perfect for prom! This vibrant red lace frock features gathered cap sleeves, a dainty button up v-neck bodice and full circle swing skirt that billows out at tea length. This dress is a prom professional, fully lined and fabulous!
      Size 0/2.

      FEATURES:
      Red,Lace,Fully Lined,Button Up Bodice,Full Circle Swing Skirt,Tea Length,Cap Sleeves,Ribbon Cinch @ Natural Waist

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      Allyson

      12/15/2014 11:31 PM

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      The good: it's beautiful in color, and is fairly accurate in size, in terms of it being about a modern size 0/2. The bad: they didn't disclose the damage to the dress. The lace has major breakage along the neckline area. I'm going to have to do some restoration work to this. It's in pretty delicate shape; I'm not sure it's actually WEARABLE in the condition it's in. This should have been disclosed upfront. For the price I paid, I'm not furious, but I'm not really pleased, either. I wear vintage multiple times a week-I understand condition and that it is never perfect, but to simply gloss over major decay of fabric is rather disingenuous.
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