This 1950s chenille robe has a cross-over wrap waist that ties with a stitched on self belt. The collar has two tones of blue chenille, as does the hem of the sleeves and hem. The hem is shaped along the edge of the chenille line which adds a nice detail. The top of the sleeves have a slight poof to the silhouette, very sweet. This piece has been loved and worn, and has some small holes repairs throughout. Not really noticeable, and no staining makes it a worthy addition to any vixens wardrobe.
Sleeve at shoulder seam: 21″ Back, mid-neck to waist: 16 1/2″ Back, shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 13 1/2″ Waist to hem: 34″ at lowest point Waist with edges of front panels fully extended: 37″ Each side of the front panel at waist: 12″ each Back at waist, seam to seam: 16″
Given that this is a wrap style robe, there is some lea-way in sizing.
I’m certain this is 100% cotton.