Vintage Fitted Silk Roses Day Dress Nat Kaplan NOS 1950S 34-25-38

$ 344.00 $ 459.00

Vintage Silk Roses Day Dress Nat Kaplan NWT 1950's 34"B

Absolutely GORGEOUS vintage silk dress in white with a rose garden in pink and green. It is a figure flattering vintage dress with a sleeveless fitted bodice and straight pencil skirt that narrows at the knees with no slit.

It is lined in silk. It has a back zipper and flat bow details on the back of the shoulders. Matching belt included. I can see Christina Ricci wearing this on the hit show"Pan Am".

Still has its original tags showing the 100% silk content, and that it came from the Mollie Abraham Shop, a high-end ladies shop. Label inside is Nat Kaplan, New York.

Measurements:


Marked Size: 10

 

Bust: 34”
Waist: 25”
Hips: 38”
Length: 43”
Length (shoulder to waist): 16”
Length (waist to hem): 27”

CONDITION: Excellent
Some info about Nat Kaplan:
Nat Kaplan, Inc.was a dress manufacturing company established by Nathan H. Kaplan, as early as 1935. The company made moderately expensive ready-to-wear. In the 1930s Nat Kaplan was a member of the Fashion Originators Guild.
When Nat Kaplan died unexpectedly in 1956 his widow, Sylvia, and his son, Richard, decided to continue on with the business. With Richard as manager and Sylvia as designer, the firm continued in business for at least another thirty years.
The Kappi label was a division of Nat Kaplan. Nat Kaplan closed around 1986. In 1991 Richard Kaplan founded the Worth Collection, another women’s line. He died in 1996.
Written by Lizzie Bramlett, fuzzylizzie.com