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Bridal Dress: Mori Lee Bridal SPRING 2013 Collection: 1917 - Beaded Alencon Lace on Tulle

Bridal Dress: Mori Lee Bridal SPRING 2013 Collection: 1917 - Beaded Alencon Lace on Tulle

This striking Irresistible dress has a silk effect fabric with beautiful embellishment on the lace organza sleeves. In a electric blue shade of colour, this dress is vibrant and fabulous. Product code IR1275.  View more Mother of the Bride / Groom dresses from our Irresistible collection at: http://www.baroqueboutique.co.uk/mother-of-the-bride-south-wales/  Photographs courtesy of: http://www.irresistibleuk.com/

This striking Irresistible dress has a silk effect fabric with beautiful embellishment on the lace organza sleeves. In a electric blue shade of colour, this dress is vibrant and fabulous. Product code IR1275. View more Mother of the Bride / Groom dresses from our Irresistible collection at: http://www.baroqueboutique.co.uk/mother-of-the-bride-south-wales/ Photographs courtesy of: http://www.irresistibleuk.com/

Coronation suit of Peter II, 1727, Museum no.TK-1935, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums

Coronation suit of Peter II, 1727, Museum no.TK-1935, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums

1910's Day dresses - lamp shade or tunic styles. An elongated top over a tight skirt. Large hat. Note the change from Gibson Girl fashion at the turn of the century. Art Nouveau slim, trailing gowns are coming in.

1910's Day dresses - lamp shade or tunic styles. An elongated top over a tight skirt. Large hat. Note the change from Gibson Girl fashion at the turn of the century. Art Nouveau slim, trailing gowns are coming in.

Dress, wedding, cream silk, unlabelled, Canadian (Ontario), c. 1917, Fashion History Museum founder's collection

Dress, wedding, cream silk, unlabelled, Canadian (Ontario), c. 1917, Fashion History Museum founder's collection

Evening Dress   N.P. Lamanovas Workshop, Moscow   Russia. 1910s   Silk and metal thread; embroidered.

Evening Dress N.P. Lamanovas Workshop, Moscow Russia. 1910s Silk and metal thread; embroidered.

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