I see a 'lab coat' when I look at this wonderful Victorian white cotton coat or robe. Today, it can be worn a number of different ways. Scrolling soutache embroidery around the upper bodice, front and back. It has gathered shoulders and button-cuff sleeves. Maxi length.
Unlined and closes with what I believe to be mother-of-pearl / shell buttons. Very sturdy and wearable.
Condition: Excellent, no holes. A 'smathering' of rusty spots, you can zoom around the images to see.
Bust up to 42"
Shoulders approximately 19"
Sleeve Length 21"
Coat Length approximately 52"
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