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

FAshiOnistA ErA said...

lovely pictures!!

cheers
hanz
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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.

Brooklyn Grace said...

Great absolutely great
thnks for your lovely comment
kisses

Tammy Lau said...

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

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the chilicool said...

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

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Nicole said...

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

Monique Radwin said...

Love these--so romantic!

Kim (A Very Sweet Blog) said...

i love the tulle overskirt and her headpiece is so exquisite! LOVE!
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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 ...