Infinite Meadows Dress
Antique Edwardian wedding dress from the 1910s with alterations made possibly in the late 30s. This antique dress features beautiful lace inserts, floral embroidery, and ruching added at the hips (a motif often seen in 1930s dresses). This was mostly likely a grandmother's dress that a bride during the Depression era recycled for her wedding day. Faint discoloring along back neckline. Side snaps. Slightly elasticated waist. Sheer.
measurements: 48" length / 36"-38" bust / 26"-30" waist / 16" bodice length / 16" shoulders / 12" sleeves
fit notes: lightly pinned on to size 4 dress form
material: cotton batiste
condition: excellent vintage condition, note slight discoloring along back neckline / dry cleaned but stain not treated, dress is cotton so with a little bit of bleach and gentle hand washing this may come out
What We SellAt Adored Vintage, we sell authentic vintage clothing (garments which are at least 20 years or older), antique clothing (garments at least 80 years or older), and modern vintage inspired clothing.
Each item we sell is thoughtfully hand selected in keeping with the feminine, romantic, and spirited aesthetic of the Adored Vintage girl.
We take great care to describe all of our items to the best of our knowledge noting major flaws of vintage clothing and provide several clear photos of each of our products. However, it is important to note than when purchasing vintage clothing, you are buying something that is preloved and preworn therefore antique and vintage garments will show normal signs of wear and age.
Due to monitor color settings colors may slightly vary in person.
MINT - Like new. Likely never worn or used.
EXCELLENT - Shows normal wear expected for age, but nothing easily visible.
GREAT - Shows normal wear expected for age of garment, usually easily repairable and does not detract from wear.
GOOD - Has some obvious visual problems. Garment is still wearable and flaws can be repaired.
FAIR/STUDY - These vintage clothes may have several flaws but are still wonderful for study, repurposing, or drafting a pattern.