Hi again, This time I have an earlier dress, honestly it could be from the 1910's to the 1940's I just can't place it. It's made of a sort of towelling fabric and has poppers to the front underneath the buttons, apart from that it slips over head and has no ties to the waist either. There is also a teeny tiny cute pocket which might help with identification of age. I think the buttons are original but look plastic? They look deco to me. There are a few pleats to the back from the nape. and tiny demi/quarter wadded pads under the shoulders So am wondering the decade and also what kind of occasion this would be for? Is it a house dress? Or day dress? It is quite simple in design and looks absolutely shapeless until it's on when it transforms to a beautiful shape. The hem sits 2/3 inches below the knee (my friend Kellie is modelling it and she is 5ft7 in height, so it may have been longer as average height was shorter back then) the length from shoulder seam to hem is approx 42.5 inches if that helps, One thing that gets me every time of early vintage dresses, the way they transform through the design and stitching, just love.