Leah

Joyous      Vintage      Easy      Timeless      Unexpected

Two looks- 

A Timeless/Vintage twist on an Edwardian inspired eggshell-colored Cotton Damask dress:  criss-cross ‘modified sweetheart’ neckline, cut-in-one cap sleeves with ribbon ties, low cut ‘V’ back, wide contrasting removable waistband with ‘bouquet’ and ribbon closure, flat front/’bustled’ back floor-length skirt with handmade floral hem decorations.


For the ceremony only add:  A removable Dior and Edwardian inspired jacket made from 100% cotton eggshell-colored fabric fully embroidered with navy vines, accented by red leaves and dark gold flowers.  Jacket bodice follows the criss-cross of the neckline allowing the dress to peek out of the top, cut-in-one cap sleeves, and ‘shawl collar’.  Reuse the ‘wide contrasting removable waistband with bouquet and ribbon closure’ from the basic look.  Jacket skirt front is cut-away to reveal the dress and decorated hemline underneath.  Jacket skirt back has a gathered ‘bustle’ back and long ceremony train.


 

Ceremony Look - Front View

Ceremony Look - Back View

Celebration Look - Front View

Celebration Look - Back View

Credits:  1.  Dior “Quiproquo” 1951     2.   Evening dress, 1908  V&A Museum     3.  Martha Stewart Weddings    4.  Actual jacket fabric yardage

Credits:  1.  Carolina Herrera     2. Ebay.com (found by the bride)   3.  Reem Acra      4. Reem Acra

Credits:  1. J. Crew 2008      2.  Carolina Herrera 2007 Bridal       3.  Actual dress fabric yardage        4.  Brooks Ann Camper Bridal Couture

Credits:  1.  Judd Waddell 2008 Bridal       2.  Lela Rose 2008 Bridal       3.  Demi-Saison, 1898

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