This satin wedding dress has a lace collar that drapes in the back. The lower half of the sleeves are also made of lace. There are cloth covered buttons and button loops along the back of the dress that are used for closure and the skirt is likely bias-cut. This dress also has a satin slip. Features that are indicative of the 1930s are the slender silhouette, the bias-cut, and the cloth covered buttons.
This wedding dress was worn by Katherine Horung when she married George E. Matthews on July 6th, 1935. The seams at the sleeves look as though they have been altered.