Friday, April 10, 2009

THE INTERCHANGABLE GOWN

Convertible ensemble. Fitted sheath has a hook-on/off overskirt to change the look around come recption-time

Face it, going straight from a wedding ceremony to the bash of your life is a radical transition few brides can carry off without making some changes to her attire. The most typical adjustments are to head and hemline. Following the ceremony, a bride usually takes off the longest layer of veil or removes it entirely leaving only the headpiece. A train that looked spectacular during the walk down the aisle gets bustled up for dancing and moving around. Some brides even take time out between ceremony and reception, changing into an entirely different dress—usually something “cocktailish” that’s chic in addition to comfortable. READ MORE . . . . .

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