Recently we were lucky enough to find a small cache of deadstock (old stock, unused) women’s pajama sets, shift robe sets, and other sleepwear from the well know Weldon Clothing Mfg. Corp. (who also sold under Lubin-Weeker Co., Inc. based on the tagging we found) who at the time was housed in the Empire State Building! The pieces range from the early 1950’s to 1960’s and though it is just a handful the find is significant due to how hard to find nicely done pajamas are let alone unused ones. Enjoy!
Super soft and stylin’ too!
Marked size 34. Bust measures 40″. Elastic back waist is 24″ unstretched to 34″ fully stretched out. Inseam of peddle pusher bottoms is 18″ with full length of about 30 1/2″. Cuffs have buttons and slits.
Original tags including a cool one with a Women lounging in a vintage Butterfly chair and the manufacturer tag noting the sets delivered. Latex wonderbelt!