This is a 1960's Edwardian style lace dress.
It is white lace with a floral, daisy design and gold lurex running through the flowers.
It features twelve metal buttons and loop fastenings running up the centre of the bodice. The raised buttons are a gold tone with a checkerboard design.
It has an exaggerated pointed collar, and half sleeves with banded cuffs.
It's floor length with an inverted pleat in the skirt at the centre front and centre back, giving it fullness and volume.
There is a zip measuring 27cm running from under the left arm down the side seam.
It has a matching fabric belt which does up with two matching metal buttons and loop fastenings.
This dress could be worn casually, but would be equally fitting as a wedding gown for a spring or garden wedding.
It's pretty, floaty style reminds us of the lovely gowns that Florence Welch wears.
APPROXIMATE SIZE: XS-S
Waist (circumference): 68cm
Hip (circumference): 89cm
FABRIC: Appears to be polyester or nylon (or a blend as there is some stretch in the fabric)
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