Sequined Jean Carol 1930s Gown

$ 1,300.00

The bare midriff was one of the most risqué fashion trends of the late 1930s. Hollywood designer Adrian himself was nearly fired for dressing Joan Crawford in one in "The Women" It was nearly as scandalous as sling-back shoes! isn't fashion funny that way though, whats fashion forward one day is a timeless classic the next. Here American designer Jean Carol has nodded to the trend with a sheer net panel across the torso. The edges of which have been melded into the crepe with sequined flowers. The sequins bring the eyes right to the primary design element and add the allure of sparkle to this evening gown. This is a gorgeous dress by designer Jean Carol, who was highly respected during the 1930s and 40s. This gown is from the late 1930s, with the classic '30s streamlined silhouette and effortless elegance.

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Decade: 1930s.

Vintage condition: Very Good. 


Bust: 29 in.

Waist: 26 in.

Hips: 41 in.

Overall length: 59 in.

Size: XS

US Size: 0-2


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