Meghan Gown

SKU: 7055
(1 customer review)

This simply gorgeous Meghan gown is a classic and is made from pearl satin back silk crepe and silk charmeuse . The asymmetrical hem and flattering bias cut silhouette make this a great piece to be worn with any gorgeous silk kimono, or alone as a nightgown. Features adjustable straps.

100% Silk. Made in Canada


1 review for Meghan Gown

Based on 1 review
5 star
4 star
3 star
2 star
1 star
  1. TheMRS (Verified Customer)

    Oh my gosh, this nightgown is simply amazing. The “Tiffany” color is a gorgeous water blue that is somehow both soft yet vibrant at the same time. The bias cut silhouette perfectly skims my curves, making me look both more effortlessly feminine and slender. And it even arrived completely wrinkle-free! This is the finest nightgown I have ever owned, and I have my fingers crossed that we’ll see a full length, maxi version of this gorgeous gown in the future, and hopefully more “Tiffany” color pieces as well. I’m just in love…

Add a review


What quality silk does Christine use? The Meghan Gown is made from luxurious, 19mm silk.

Why isn’t thread count used when talking about silk? Silk is an incredibly fine fibre, and thread counts would be extremely high, regardless of the quality of the silk. So for example, a low-quality silk may have a similarly high thread count to a high-quality silk. For this reason, silk uses an alternative system to measure quality, called momme (mm) weight.

What is momme weight? Momme weight describes the weight of 100 yards of silk, 45 inches wide, in pounds. So, if a fabric is listed with a momme weight of 16mm, it means that 100 yards of the fabric weighs 16 pounds. The best silk lingerie is 19mm or 19 pounds in weight per 100 yards.

SIZINGTrue to size
BUST FITAll bust sizes
LENGTH45″ from back neck. Measurements taken from size small. Asymmetrical hem.

Using a mild or natural soap wash in luke warm water for 3-5 minutes. Gently move fabric from side to side while soaking. Rinse with cold clean water. Remove from water but do not wring dry, instead lay flat on a towel, roll in towel to remove excess water then leave flat to dry. Do not put in dryer. CHRISTINE’S TIPS: Do not bleach. Do not leave in sunshine as fading will occur. Iron with medium heat on backside while garment is still slightly damp and do not spray with water while ironing.

For best results we recommend dry cleaning.

Share this Page