A vintage 1940s dressing gown with a patch hip pocket and large collar that looks a bit like a heart. The pocket, sleeves, and collar have ruffled trim. The dressing gown is a wrap dress and has attached interior and exterior waist ties (the exterior waist ties attach in front, and then one wraps around the back to tie at side waist). The blue fabric is stiff, and feels like a cotton or cotton blend. (I'm not sure if the stiffness to fabric is from it being a blend or from starching.)
Size: xs to small
Bust: best for 33-36"
Waist: up to 28" but with cinch smaller with waist ties
Hip: best if wearer's hip is approximately 36" max so that there's some fabric overlap in the hip area
Bodice length: 16"
Shoulder: 14.5" from seam to seam
Condition: Very good to good. Has minor flaws throughout, but these are only noticeable if you're looking closely. Has a few tiny spots (see first close-up photo for an example on the collar--the others are mostly near the hem). The collar also has some fading, slight yellowing, and spots, but most of these are on the underside and wouldn't be visible when worn (see next two close-up photos). There was also a slightly yellowed area on the front hip that is mostly gone, and it's now so faint I can't get it to show up in photos (see last photo). The dressing gown has been cleaned and presents well!