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There will be material (from the sleeves, and/or from the tie belt - if you prefer the gown without it - the attached belt can be worn bowed in front or in back or removed) to do whatever is necessary. this gown is for the person who can sew, or has someone who can to turn this into that special gown you were hoping for! Click on the photo at the left to see a photo of the original 1930s bride wearing this gown!!! So the puffy upper sleeves are part of the gown, but still seen when the train is worn. However you can see there is extra room, so perhaps up to 34/35" bust, 27" waist. Connelly wedding gown from 1880 sold on my website for over 00. So although it's a museum quality piece, the condition would require a conservationist. There is a tape inside the back of the skirt which gives the train the right shape. You MAY still see a bit of light underarm staining, but it's hardly seen on the dress, most is on the sleeve. The gown closes at the back side with hooks/eyes and a few snaps Fits my 35"25"/36" mannequin perfectly, but will also fit up to 35"/27"/37", 58" long from shoulder to hem in front, 96" long in back. I have had quite a few 1930's wedding gowns with trained overcoats, but this is the first one I've had with a trained over VEST! Difficult to measure but fits the 33" bust, 25" waist dressform quite well. The interior is fairly good, except for the interior bodice wrap (see photos). Connelly" for the previous gown, I found out just how special these are! The interior bodice is nearly perfect with French seaming and tiny little bows.The asymmetric hemline has interesting tulle fabrication at front to give special design at the waist/hip as well as the hem. There is one small net tear at the hem (will need only a few stitches, but I can't sew, so...). Label inside gown reads "Paramount" and in hand written notation, "Barbra Streisand".
I've placed a few on the shoulders and down the front... It's as nearly perfect as any gown can be at 110 years old! The bodice yoke and mid-sleeves are completely lace. Sadly the darker ecru lace at the bodice of this gown has some tears/lace breaks (see photos), so as you might replace that lace anyway (easy fix), you could match that to the new lace sleeves. Any other issues are barely worth mentioning other than that the 18 buttons which were removed for cleaning (yes they will come with the gown) will now need to be cleaned, or re-covered as they are darker than the gown... The gown measures approx: 58 " long from shoulder to hem in the back, 63" long from shoulder to hem in the front, 107" long from shoulder to hem in the back with the vest on. There are large silk slits (shattering) in one mutton sleeve and a number of small ones on the other sleeve and on the skirt (including one fairly long slit at skirt back - at the skirt bustle fold) and the skirt waist has come ungathered at the skirt back. Connelly gown in the Boston Museum of Fine Art, but it's the discovery that our 19th President, Rutherford B. 2009 issue of "Past Times", a publication produced by the Rutherford B. The skirt lining is cotton so it's perfect, and there are 4 layers of material at the hemline (see photos). This is either for display (where the underarms aren't much of an issue, or consider revamping this gown to be sleeveless., or replace the current sleeves with lace sleeves (the modern look). As this gown has had a previous life, I like the idea that there is something tangible to remind you of previous bride... There are EXTREMELY LIGHT, BARELY SEEN underarm discolorations. only if you are inspecting the gown under bright lights. LOVE the puffy sleeves (which can be worn stuffed as you see, or worn "deflated" as the previous bride wore it (see photos). Connelly gold damask and cream satin gown to the White House New Year’s reception in 1880!!!! And not only that, but this was her dressmaker of choice (per Feb. I'm sure this bride would have decorated this gown with wax flowers as was the fashion back then. I have a few large closeup photos of the lace for you to tell me!It's a lovely shape which will hug your hips, full skirt, low back. Measures: up to 32" bust, up to 28" waist, up to 35" hips, 52-57" long from shoulder to hem. Here's the link to the blog: The movie genre was "musical/romantic fantasy". As you can see in the photos of Barbra, she wore with huge oversized night cap...
Would look great as a gown for a shorter woman, or will look equally great as a ankle length gown. There are just minor satin bruises and a very very slight darkening at the upper back (you won't see it at all under most lights). Creamy white silk satin and chiffon gown with illusion neckline to round neck. LOVE the long ruched sleeves with chiffon trim and bow at mid empire bodice. I think you might look better with a simple veil or sprigs in your hair.
even so that Richard Nixon's and Lyndon Baines Johnson's daughters wore Priscilla gowns for their White House weddings.