Edwardian ladies embraced the tea gown because it was pretty, fashionable—and comfortable. They wore theirs at home, for afternoon tea, but times have changed. You'll wear yours to parties, the theater, and for special occasions. Sheer, romantic top layer has a V-neck, empire waist, 3/4-length sleeves, lace trim, embroidery, and a two-tiered skirt. Worn underneath, a sleeveless slip dress has a front vent and embroidery at the hem. Nylon Tulle/ Viscose Crepe. About 50" long. S(4-6), M(8-10), L(12-14), XL(16), 1X(18-20). Dry-clean. Imported. Specify Sunrise Blue, Ivory, or Rose Quartz.