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Ghostly, ethereal and quite rare 1900s Edwardian corset cover featuring a high mockneck, sheer fishnet details and a cropped length. This garment would have traditionally been worn under a pigeon-breasted blouse or lower-cut evening gown, but it works so well as a modern layering piece! Unlined, slightly sheer, hook & eyes at back.
MEASUREMENTS: (taken with garment lying flat; bust, waist & hips doubled for your convenience) →collar: 13 inches around →shoulder to shoulder: 14 inches →bust: 35 inches →waist: 38 inches →length (from collar to hem): 12.5 inches
ESTIMATED SIZE: Small-Medium
CONDITION: Very good antique condition with a few things to note. There's some shadowing from age on the shoulders and lost elasticity to the bottom hem; neither are very noticeable, particularly when worn layered. Please keep in mind this is an antique garment, which means minor signs of wear are to be expected. Any significant flaws are always noted in the description. All garments are mended, cleaned and ready to wear unless otherwise noted.
COLOR: Tea-stained ivory
MORE INFORMATION: No maker or contents labels; appears tailor or professionally made. Appears to be made of cotton lawn and mesh. Hand wash.
PLEASE NOTE: Black Cat Clothiers only accepts returns if a mistake was made in describing the garment, for which we ask you to contact us within 3 days of receiving the garment. Please compare the detailed measurements noted above to one of your garments that fits you well. Please be aware all monitors display colors differently. Additionally, all of our clothing is pre-owned and vintage/antique, which means each piece may feature minor signs of wear, as noted in the description. To learn more, please view our store policies.