From the seller:
Antique & french evening gown.
Pink silk and blond lace
In good condition Several stitches to sew,
So the seller tells us...nothing.
Things I noticed: The pleated pink ribbon down the skirt. I haven't seen that before on a 1920's dress and find it interesting it's only on the skirt. The gold lace overlay - pretty obvious but notice how it's "baggy" with the spaghetti string slip beneath it. It makes me think that the pink slip beneath is just a modern replacement because they didn't really have those back then. This would also explain why the pink pleated ribbon doesn't match the underlying pink layer.
|1924 Fashion Plate|