Friday, March 31, 2017


Defined, the empire waist was dubbed by and after Napoleon marking a reign in history when women wore high waistlines, evocative of those classical Grecian gowns. Incidentally, the great conqueror found Grecian anything incredibly beautiful and sexy.
An empire waist can be joined to either a loose or more fitted skirt. Empires are extremely flattering on certain figure types and can camouflage a myriad of figure woes. Figure woes or no, if you just happen to love the Regency style costumes found in movies like War and Peace and Emma consider the empire waist is all yours for no reason other than you love it. . . .

 All dresses and head chic by Amy-Jo Tatum

Photo 1: The EVA Dress//Photo by Sweet Light Studios
Photo 2: The COSETTE Dress
Photo 3: The SYLVIA Dress//Photo by Smoot Photography
Photo 4: The JAYNE Dress//Photo by John T Photography


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nice post

Sheila said...

Hi, Amy-Jo,
These are lovely gowns, and again show your ability to meet every type of bridal taste.
I think my favorite is the Eva dress. I love the bare-shouldered gown with the long gloves.