Vintage Glamour Girl Dressing Gown

Sometimes when folks say “vintage glamour” images of predatory femme fatales in black or red come to mind — especially when you’re talking 1940’s glamour. But the truth is, not all vintage glamour is so obviously assertive. Sometimes it’s about the softer side of seduction…

For example, this 1940’s peach chiffon dressing gown by Tula is much more girly with its floaty sheerness, panels of floral embroidery, ruching and fine gathering. Sure, it has padded shoulders — but they just emphasize the small waist. And the plunging neckline’s power isn’t really the dramatic V, but your curves. It’s all about being very, very feminine.



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