Tuesday, August 21, 2012

WHAT'S NEW IN THE GOWN GALLERY?

I've always loved the weight and feel of a fabric called antique satin, a cross between shantung and satin crepe.  Here I mixed it up with a little white Chantilly lace, adding a tulle overskirt for a real romantic look.  Modeled by the lovely Sabrina, she's showing off just about every aspect of this dress's charm, as a fitted sheath and ball gown all at once. Oddly enough this particular piece was inspired by another Sabrina--yes, the fictional one played so beautifully by Audrey Hepburn in the 1954 film of the same name.  If you remember the scene where she shows up at the party in a number she describes as, " Yards of skirt and way off the shoulder . . ."   This dress is as lovely inside as out, lined in soft China silk.  The hand-rolled floral headpiece is also available as a custom order.
 
                                    Gown available through Amy-Jo Tatum Bride. More pictures available on request . . .

13 comments:

Ashley said...

So Pretty!

Paula said...

LOVE this dress!!!!!! SOOOOO beautiful

Hanz, Fashionista Era Design said...

lovely pictures!!

cheers
hanz
My F.E jewelry Store: http://fashionistaerastore.tumblr.com

Sam said...

Hi dear, wow, is this part of your collection? I am in awe of your creativity and design, so beautiful!

Kristy said...

This dress is so beautiful! I love it! I am looking for some kind of headpiece to wear in my upcoming wedding. Would love to see more of yours similar to this one.

Mary-Grace said...

Great absolutely great
thnks for your lovely comment
kisses

Unknown said...

Ah...I wish to have one of them:P

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the chilicool said...

This dress is awesome !!!! Great post, darling

Alessia
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Nicole said...

Gorgeous! Loved these :)
Hope you're well Amy xxx

Monique Radwin said...

Love these--so romantic!

A Very Sweet Blog said...

i love the tulle overskirt and her headpiece is so exquisite! LOVE!
http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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Kayleesbridal said...

it also fits nicely with weddings in late summer which I find these creative bouquets quite delightful and sunny ...