Originally purchased from The House of Sharon Bridal Salon in East St. Louis, Ill in 1970. The following is their description of the dress-
“This is a floor length gown of ivory acetate Peau de soie. The empire bodice fashioned of cotton/nylon Chantilly lace imported from France was designed with a scalloped scooped neckline and elbow length sleeves beaded with tiny seed pearl clusters. The A-line skirt swept into a semi-cathedral train scalloped at the edge with lace encrusted with pearl beading. A profile headpiece of organza and lace petals all edged with tiny pearls secured the three tiered bouffant veil of imported bridal illusion.”
WAs worn to reception, which was just a dinner. Only worn once.
- Alterations: No alterations or damage to the dress. In excellent condition from a smoke-free house.
- Preservation Method: It was cleaned immediately after the wedding & stored in a box, which it is still in now. It has been at my mother's house, until her death, & now I have it at mine.
- Terms of Sale: All Sales Final
- Original Owner: Yes
- Has Original Receipt:
- Location: Blue Springs, MO
- Will Ship to: Anywhere at Buyer Expense
- Payment Methods Accepted: Escrow.com
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