Sculpted Wool Dress

Sculpted Wool Dress: Features a gorgeous strapless cut with an artfully pleated bodice, blossoming rosette and asymmetrical ruffle nearby, smocked backside, and a full gathered A-line skirt to finish.

Jacqueline Bouvier, JFK 1953  Jackie's  neo-victorian dress, under orders from JFK's father, was made of ivory silk taffeta with a huge circular skirt, decorated with tiny wax flowers, and a bodice with a portrait neckline.  She wore her grandmother's rose point lace veil attached to her hair with a small tiara of lace and orange blossoms.  Jackie confessed to "hating" her "clumsy gown," it achieved her father-in-law's wish by living on as one of the most memorable dresses in bridal history.

John F. Kennedy & Jacqueline Bouvier from Best Celebrity Wedding Photos The handsome couple was married in Newport, Rhode Island in 1953 in a Catholic mass attended by 750 guests later joined the couple at a reception held at the scenic Hammersmith Farm).

Wedding dress, 1882. Cream-colored wool with silk satin and gauze trim and silk bustle and train. Cuirasse bodice has satin and wool standup collar and panels of ruched satin below, trimmed at neck with wax orange blossoms. It opens at front with 18 satin-covered buttons. Straight skirt with woolen ruching. Asymmetrical pleated wool sash attached across skirt front and trimmed with satin. Via Powerhouse Museum.

Wedding dress, 1882. Cream-colored wool with silk satin and gauze trim and silk bustle and train. Cuirasse bodice has satin and wool standup collar and panels of ruched satin below, trimmed at neck with wax orange blossoms. It opens at front with 18 satin-covered buttons. Straight skirt with woolen ruching. Asymmetrical pleated wool sash attached across skirt front and trimmed with satin. Via Powerhouse Museum.

The Exquisite "Double Happiness" Reversible Dress - Black Side. IInspired by the intricate scrolling on ancient Oriental pottery....One side - A bouquet of red, ivory, and yellow on black... The other - pink, orange, and ivory blossoms on a fresh blue canvas.  The bodice buttons up the front with shiny black retro buttons and a peter pan collar.

The Exquisite "Double Happiness" Reversible Dress - Black Side

Red Dress Shoppe's newest design gives you two beautiful vintage reproduction dresses in one! This fabric is so exquisite, we had to showcase both beautiful prints! Inspired by the intricate scrolling

Color Challenge ~ Blue & Orange

A fashion look from September 2015 featuring Balmain jackets, Raoul skirts and Christian Louboutin pumps.

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For her wedding to Andrew Carnagie on the evening of April 22, 1887, Louise Whitfield worer a gray wool traveling suit. A practical ensemble, this suit consists of a skirt and two bodices for day wear, as well as an extra set of cuffs, collar, and front insert (or plastron) of gold embroidery on red ground to adapt the suit for more formal occasions.

Wedding ensemble Designer: Herman Rossberg (American, active Date: 1887 Culture: American Medium: wool

Untitled #2377 by emmafazekas on Polyvore featuring moda, maurices, Altuzarra, Christian Louboutin, Lana and Henri Bendel

Untitled #2377 by emmafazekas on Polyvore featuring moda, maurices, Altuzarra, Christian Louboutin, Lana and Henri Bendel

Pop of color for work

A fashion look from February 2014 featuring white button up shirt, one button blazer and orange skirt.

Без названия #3 by nevseeva on Polyvore featuring polyvore, fashion, style, Balmain, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and BeckSöndergaard

Без названия #3 by nevseeva on Polyvore featuring polyvore, fashion, style, Balmain, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and BeckSöndergaard

I believe that this gown is two "married" pieces, in that they are not original to each other.  The top is a very fine ivory wool and the skirt may actually have been an underskirt.  The ensemble had been used in vintage fashion shows before it came to me.  I added the antique ruching, lace and orange blossoms.

I believe that this gown is two "married" pieces, in that they are not original to each other. The top is a very fine ivory wool and the skirt may actually have been an underskirt. The ensemble had been used in vintage fashion shows before it came to me. I added the antique ruching, lace and orange blossoms.

I'm so down with this look, but I'm not sure this person has ever been to Vancouver in the winter!

5 Ways to Wear Your Maxi Skirt in Winter.

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