Bias-cut charmeuse slip, 1930s
The term bias cut has become synonymous with the Hollywood look of the 1930s. A diagonal or bias-cut garment molds to the figure, as does spandex.
The slip, fashioned from peach charmeuse, has a very pretty lace trimmed bodice. The label reads "Rhythm".
The condition is almost excellent. In the lace are a few pin holes, which are very hard to detect.
Due to the stretchy nature of bias cuts, the measurements are approximate.
It measures: 36" bust and waist, 42" hip, and 43" center-front length.