Early 1940s Letty Lee Dress & Jacket Set

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This listing is for one dress and one jacket. Textile is an unmarked navy blue rayon blend. Set includes a light weight dress with puff shoulders, breast pocket, pin tucking bodice detail, absolutely amazing operable buttons up the front, and side metal zipper. Jacket has bell sleeves with pin tucked details, notched collar, and pockets. Set is in very good vintage condition with two faded spots at the upper back of the dress. Flaws are minor and set presents gorgeously!

Letty Lee was both a gown supervisor and a Hollywood costume designer; she designed the costumes for several 1930s noir and early “Talkie” films. She most notably dressed Fay Wray in Ann Carver’s Profession, a film that directly followed her star turn in King Kong.

Size Marked: Unmarked
Approximate Size: Medium
**Please Check Measurements to be Sure!

Fabric: Unmarked Rayon Blend
Lining Type: Jacket Fully Lined, Dress Unlined.
Closure: Zip
Label: Letty Lee
Condition: Very Good
Era: Late 1930s


Shoulder to Shoulder: 13-5-15"
Shoulder to Cuff: 10.5"
Bust: 36"
Waist: 28-29"
Hips: 36"
Length: 44"

Shoulder to Shoulder: 16"
Shoulder to Cuff: 23"
Closed Bust: 40"
Length: 42.5"

All measurements taken with garment flat and doubled when necessary.
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Inventory#: DSC1218-2286

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