Rare 1920s Parisian Risqué Metallic Lace Asymmetrical Flapper Dress
What we wouldn't give to know the tale behind this daring little number -- or at least see a photo of the brazen vixen who wore it!
Channeling the risqué frocks of Paris' famed Folies Bergere, this fabulous number is fashioned in metallic lace with lamé bullion threadwork. It has an asymmetrical front hem and a single, draped "wing" panel on the back.
The eye-popping and show-stopping part of this dress is the overtly suggestive gold bullion breast outlines complete with tiny lamé nipples!
This frock definitely is not for the modest or the demure!
Dress does not come with a slip.
** Dress does have some stretch but does not have any closures. Below are the max measurements for this dress. Wearer would want to be smaller to have the correct silhouette. **
Total Length: 44"
Condition: Very Good
There are a few small breaks in the lace (See photos). Breaks could easily be repaired or the dress could be worn as is. It is very sturdy. Priced accordingly.
Please view our Condition Chart for additional information.