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Vintage 1950s Dressing Gown Gold Satin Robe Ann Gordon Sz L


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This is a wonderful 1950s dressing gown or lounging robe made of a gold toned satin.  This 1950s dressing gown has a quilted bib bodice with pointed collar, quilted cuffs and a quilted pocket at either side - the robe folds over, secured only by two buttons in the bib area.  The body is gathered in tucks around the bib, which gives the gown fullness so that it falls in drapes.

Label:  Ann Gordon Housecoats & Lounging Pyjamas Styled by Housecoats Ltd - this was a Montreal based manufacturer

Color: Gold tone of yellow - note that the colour is brilliant in my photos due to photo lighting

Material: Satin rayon

Sizing: Size 14 is indicated on this 1950s dressing gown, and although this should fit a large size, please rely on the following measurements for fit:

Shoulders: 15” across the bib, your shoulder cap should fit into the top of the sleeve, so width is more than 15”

Sleeves: 24” long, from bib seam 

Sleeve inseam: 18”

Bust: 46” around, taken under the arms, should fall loosely

Waist:  64” around, meant to fall loosely in drapes

Overall length: 56”, measured flat at the back from the neck seam

Condition:  This 1950s dressing gown is in very clean condition with no noted wear, tear, stains or odour.

This is a wonderful 1950s dressing gown in a striking colour - old Hollywood movie star glamour!