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Ah it's all gone a bit David Lynch with this exquisite silk velvet gown from the 1930s . Such in rich midnight blue silk velvet with luxurious nap. So obviously Lynch movie & song came to mind, also some old evil minded blues! 

So if you are wanting to turn heads as a coat at a night at the Glyndebourne opera, wear as a dress for a garden party, 
take the stage to sing the blues at a karaoke, or kill him in the boudoir, this is the perfect wardrobe for all. 
Sensuality is the name of the game but don't buy it for ma or I will get worried! 

It is silk velvet so in the nature of the fabrics to have some nap switch marks, but this does not distract from the impact and luxury, and amazing no fading from all that time ago. 

As an open front dressing gown for those seductive nights in, this beats hands down expensive synthetic alternatives. And you can wear it buttoned up to go out who will you lure from a night out back home to your web for some evil minded blues? This is a dress you want to be held in, and pity the fellah that doesn't get it.


Lovely big shawl collar - doesn't stand up but perfect for pulling up to seduce to frame your face in that moment of passion or a nice photo opp. 

Makers label is Patti's. 


It is a UK size 10 or 8 if you wear as a coat.



She Wore Blue..Velvet.. Midnight blue 1930s velvet gown/opera coat boudoir dress

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