1940s Slate Grey Woollen Pinafore Dress with Forest Green Trim, by Edith Linn, 28in Waist
You can't beat a pinafore, you certainly can't beat a 1940s pinafore! Made from a winter weight grey wool, trimmed in cute forest green triangles, it was made to be worn with a fab 40s blouse or puff sleeve jumper underneath. The green is carried through to the beautiful green buttons and on the pockets, adding some fun and colour to your outfit. A perfect pinafore for the colder months and ready for layering.
• Slate grey colour, closest to the main images
• Forest green felt triangle shaped trim to the arm holes, neckline and pockets
• Deep V-front
• Gathers to the waist at the bust and back
• Pockets to the hips with green trim
• Made from a mid weight wool
• Fastens using four shaped two-tone green buttons to the front
• Edith Linn Original label to the back
• There is a small tear/stretch to the wool panel at the waist. There are 2 small moth holes to the skirt below the pocket, and one to the back. There is also a small brown mark to the hem, and the skirt, with a slight mark to the back of the neck. There is a little thinning to the portion at the back of the neck. All shown in photos.
• Care/composition: No labels
Front Panel: 34in
Length: 39.5in with no extra hem
We advise paying close attention to the actual measurements of the garment. Please get in touch if you have any questions.
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