Gucci, Belted jersey Gown, Jersey is an unexpected choice for an evening gown, but Gucci makes it feel so elegant and feminine. This burgundy design has a flattering gathered empire waist, a sweeping skirt and an optional bead and crystal-embellished velvet belt.
"As she prepared to make her stately entrance, she wondered if it would be all for the best--that she would have to face a nation depending upon her decision, unknown to them. She only prayed she could make the right choice."
Cate Blanchett always goes for the unpredictable choice and that is why I love watching her on the carpet. Tonight she went with a textured velvet gown from Margiela, who is a pretty unconventional red carpet choice. Plus, that turquoise necklace was the statement to end all statements. That's how you spice up a basic black dress ladies! Hope you are all taking notes.
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Hillary Clinton hasn’t always gotten rave reviews when it comes to her fashion choices. During inaugural week in 1993, she made a particularly unpopular decision about a hat. But the purple dress she chose for the inaugural ball was well received. “Sarah Phillips, until now a little-known New York designer, is responsible for the blue violet lace dress with the mousseline overskirt that won thumbs-up reviews from just about everyone who saw it,” wrote the New York Times. Like it or not…
Barbara Bush For her 1989 inaugural outing, Mrs. Bush chose a sapphire velvet-and-satin gown from Arnold Scaasi. The First Lady was so fond of the asymmetrically draped design that she was reluctant to make the customary donation to the Smithsonian Institution. "I love this dress," she told Time, "and I really hate to give it up."
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF A DRESS Restored dress as worn by Ellen Terry in her 1888 portayal of Lady Macbeth. “When Ellen starred alongside Henry Irving in Macbeth in 1888, there was not a wide choice of fabrics available in England, and Alice could not find the colours she wanted to achieve her effects. She wanted one dress to ‘look as much like soft chain armour as I could, and yet have something that would give the appearance of the scales of a serpent.’ (Mrs. J. Comyns Carr’s ‘Reminiscences’…