Wednesday, December 27, 2017

WHAT'S NEW IN THE GOWN GALLERY?

  Getting it together for 2018 means adding newbies to the collections. Above is an ideal example of a lace I've wanted to add to Boho for some time: a very beautifully beaded Alencon I've called JULIET after  the most traditionally romantic character in history.  For me heavy beadwork in this sheath/evening gown style goes more in the direction of Gatsbyesque but with the Juliet theme in mind it lends itself  well to the fairytale side of Bohemian.  I just can't wait to get this dress on an actual bride . . . .
Above is another new gem going a bit more in the direction of tradition.  Meet ARABELLA with an allover Valencine lace bodice complimented with Chantilly lace bordering the hem and bell sleeves.   The skirt is yards of tulle and layers of crinoline.  The great thing about this dress is it's grand scale enough to go formal yet  ballet legnth(above the ankles) so there's easy movement all though your wedding day . . . .

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Mac Watson said...

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Waiting for your next post..