‘Nightgowns’ Category

1950’s Nightgowns

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Womens muu muu nightgown in two lengths and panties. Muu muu and nightgowns are gathered into a shaped yoke. V.1 is ankle length and has a contrast yoke and full gathered sleeves with self ruffles. V.2 knee length nightgown has self fabric yoke trimmed with contrast bias, ribbon sash. V.3 shortie has matching panties. Contrast bias and bows trim self fabric yoke and lower edge. Panties have elastic casing at waistline and leg edges.
Misses nightgown in two lengths and bed-jacket. The long gown style 1 is ruffled at the yoke and on the long sleeves Contrast binding trims the edges. The short puffed sleeves on short gown 2 tie with a ribbon drawstring. Lace edging and insertions decorate yoke and sleeve. The Bed jacket Style 3 features a contrast yoke, three quarter sleeve and patch pocket.
Womens nightgown or Shortie, hospital gown. V.A yoked top, full-length, long-sleeved gown. V.B Contrast yoke, eyelet edged collar, puffed sleeves. V.C Tie-in-back short hospital gown. V.D Long sleeved hospital gown, no trim. V.E V-neck hospital gown, puffed sleeves.
Womens nightgown and robe set, with the gown being gathered to a scalloped yoke and optional trim. The robe has either three quarter or short sleeves, has a scalloped edge or lace collar, and buttons down the front, with a ribbon bow.


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