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1920s Silk Velvet Lamé Dress & Jacket Set - Small

1920s Silk Velvet Lamé Dress & Jacket Set - Small

Regular price $425.00
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True vintage early 1920s dress and jacket set in a beautiful copper silk velvet.

The dress features a scoop-neck gold lamé panel at the upper front and back of the bodice, with a weight at the inside front to create a subtle cowl neck, and a drop waist skirt. There are small cord belt loops at the natural waist, though the original belt is missing, and snaps and hooks up the left side of the dress for closure. The jacket has an open fit with no closures, and features flutter sleeve cuffs, and a decorative tie on the right side of the collar.

There are some minor condition notes reflective of the age of the pieces, but they are still in very sturdy condition and are absolutely wearable if you do not mind these signs of wear over time. Please review details below before purchasing, and feel free to request close-up photos as we only have a certain amount of photos we can upload at once.

Measurements and Condition: 
Fits like: XS to small
Fabric: Feels like silk velvet, with lamé panels
Brand: None
Dress: Very good, with light general wear, a few scattered small burnout spots/holes on the lower skirt near the hem, and some minor burnout spots at the back of the right underarm and along the low waist seam.
Jacket: Good, with some burnout on the upper front left surrounding the sleeve seam, a few other more minor spots of burnout, and a 1" repaired L-shaped tear at the left cuff.

Length: 48"
Chest: 34"
Waist: 27"
High hips: 35" - taken at the seam
Armscye: 7.75"

Length: 18.5"
Chest: 35"
Waist: Open
Shoulders (seam to seam): 14.5"
Sleeve: 24"
Armscye: 8"

Shown on a 5’9” model with measurements of 33”-24”-37”, usually wears size XS to small. See our FAQ for more info on sizing and condition ratings.



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You will receive an email with your tracking number once your order is shipped. Please keep track of your delivery day so you know when your package is scheduled to arrive. Once a package has been marked as delivered, we are not responsible in the case of loss or theft. Please also make sure that you have entered the correct mailing address with your order. If you don't receive your item due to a wrong address provided, you will be responsible for re-shipping cost. If there are any issues with the delivery of your order, please contact us as soon as possible.


To best ensure that you are happy with your item, we ask that you read through the measurements and condition notes before making your purchase. However, if it doesn't work out, we do accept returns for store credit if we are contacted and the item is sent back in its original condition within 14 days of delivery. The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs, and the store credit amount issued is for the item price only minus a $7 restocking fee. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

If you feel that an item has been misrepresented, please contact us immediately so we can work out a solution. If the wrong item has been sent or there is a mistake on our part we will be happy to make it right at no cost to you. This shipping policy applies to both US and international orders.

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