Size: S (hip measurement is most relevant to size)
Waist: measures 22” unstretched, easily stretches up to 30”
Hip: measures 42” flat (48" fully stretched), for up to 38” with very loose fit.
Probably the lower half of a 1930s evening gown, this bias-cut sheer black lace 1930s skirt is very versatile and wearable in its current incarnation. Its body-skimming, bias cut shape is enhanced by curving, U-shaped panels from the hip to the hem. The elastic waist has what appears to be fairly old bias tape binding, so it was most likely “recycled” from a dress quite some time ago. (The skinny elastic threaded through the binding tape may be newer/replaced more recently, however.) The fine, lightweight floral lace is very sheer and feels like silk or possibly a silk/rayon blend. This elegant 1930s lace skirt is in very good to excellent condition with no noted flaws aside from the replaced/modern elastic and some fading to the (formerly black?) binding tape at the waist. It will look equally pretty with a vintage or a modern blouse, and it is light as air—perfect for a warm, summer evening event!