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Taffeta wedding dress c. 1948

Molyneux wedding dress - 1948 - by Edward Molyneux - Cream silk moire, silk net, synthetic silk, and silk satin - Made for model Pat Cunningham - Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London - Mlle

"Wedding dress, ‘Qui a le droit?’, Christian Lacroix Couture, Paris, autumn/winter 1993-4. (Also pictured on home page.) Silk satin, embellished with gold leaf, foil, beads, paste gems and chenille embroidery."

Historical influence is obvius on this modern-era gown. Qui a le droit, Wedding Dress by Christian Lacroix, 1993 (c) Victoria and Albert Museum, London

dior copper dress winter 1954

A beautiful rust colored brocade gown with velvet coat and a strapless winter gown trimmed in mink, by Christian Dior, 1954

Jeanne Lanvin  Evening Dress (Left)  1911  Green silk chiffon and tulle lace; floral embroidery; rose flower ornament.  Evening Dress (Right)  1911  Beige silk tulle and pink silk chiffon; floral embroidery of beads and fake pearls; gold cord embroidery on skirt.  These dresses have a high waist silhouette, which is representative of the early 1910s. This silhouette spread among designers, starting from Paul Poiret’s “Lola Montez” dress in 1906. Distinctive, vivid colors on delicate m

Circa 1911 dresses: (left) - Jeanne Lanvin, embroidered silk chiffon and tulle lace with rose ornaments; (right) unknown designer - silk tulle and silk chiffon embroidered with beads, faux pearls, and gold cord embroidery on skirt.

Butterick #7349

MOMSPatterns Vintage Sewing Patterns - Butterick 7349 Vintage Sewing Pattern Halter Top Wrap Around Sheath or Overskirt Party Dress LIKE The Walk-Away Dress Butterick

wedding dress 1950

An all important last minute check. Love the calm, relaxed pose of the bride