1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)
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1950s - Stunning Semi-Transparent Black Sheer Dress - W28 (72cm)

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This is a stunning dress from the late 50s. Fabric is black sheer, semi-transparent with a cool pattern. It closes with zipper on the back and on the side. Hems are handsewn. -

Note that depending on the brightness of your screen, the colors could look sharper or more contrasted than they really are. 

Measures - Please make sure you double check your own measures and compare them to the ones below.

Shoulders seam to seam: 15" (38cm)

Armpit to armpit: 20" (50cm)

Waist: 28" (72cm)

Hips: -

Shoulder to waist: 15" (39cm)

Waist to bottom: 30" (76cm)

Lenght: 45" (115cm)

Fabric: Sheer, nylon zipper

Condition: Fabulous condition! Vertical seams from the waist have signs of stretch (view picture #4) but really not remarkable. Due to the contrast, they look much more obvious in the picture than in real.