1940s Impressionist Floral Print Satin-finish dress. Styled with an a-symmetrical attached collar on one shoulder that extends diagonally across the bodice to line up with the fringed sash that's attached on the left side of the waist, very interesting.
The satin fabric looks like an impressionist oil painting with a slate blueish purple background and magenta floral design.
The dress is unlined and has a side metal zipper. There's a matching belt.
Condition: Noticeable discoloration down the right sleeve and side of dress, see last two images. Priced for condition.
Sleeve Length 16 1/2"
Dress Length 42 1/2"
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