A late 1930s dressing gown with puffed sleeves, a gathered bodice, a small amount of smocking on the top of the shoulders, a snap on the front bodice, and fabric waist ties that tie in the back. The taffeta fabric has a rose print in peach, rose, yellow, and green--I think it might be a silk/rayon blend, but it's hard to tell. The gown has a "B Altman and Co" tag.
Size: xs to medium (is flexible because of wrap style)
Bust: up to 38" (but will drape smaller)
Waist: up to 28" (but will tie smaller)
Hip: up to 38/39" (but will drape smaller)
Length: 57" in front, 58-59" in back
Bodice length: 16 1/2" to waist seam
Shoulder: 14" from shoulder seam to shoulder seam (a little more room in the puffed shoulders)
Condition: Very good. Some faint water marks on bottom half of skirt near right side seam (see next to last pic)--barely noticeable because of sheen of fabric and print. There is an unnoticeable fabric patch in the same area. Slightly uneven color. Also a couple tiny pinholes--a couple on lower skirt and one on neckline (see last pic). Flaws are not really noticeable and do not detract from beauty of gown.