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Vintage 1950s Voile Dress Blue Leopard Print Jonathan Logan


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This is a very pretty 1950s voile dress made with a top layer of blue nylon voile over a blue acetate base.  Both the nylon voile and acetate base are printed with a spotted pattern in darker blue, similar to a leopard print. This  1950s voile dress is sleeveless and has a boat or bateau neckline at the front and a deep V shaped neckline at the back.  The dress was posed with a crinoline underneath - no crinoline is provided, so to get the same 50s full skirt look you would need to own or acquire a crinoline.  The dress does up the back with a metal zipper.

Age: 1950s

Label: Jonathan Logan  Jonathan Logan was founded in 1938 by David Schwartz with Dorris Varnum designing the line.  During the mid-1950s Jeanne Carr took over as designer.

Sizing:  No size is indicated, but this 1950s voile dress should fit a small to medium size - please note the following measurements for fit, taking the style of the garment into consideration:

Bust:  35” around

Waist:  26” around 

Hips:  42” around, full, meant to fall loosely in drapes supported by a crinoline

Overall length: 44", measured flat

Condition:  This 1950s voile dress is in very good condition with no wear, tear or odour - it looks like it was maybe worn once for a special occasion and well stored over the years. 

This is a wonderful 1950s voile dress - Jonathan Logan produced classic fashion, this is a great addition to a wardrobe!