Designed in the 60's, this beautiful vintage wedding gown is done in a rich cream colored peau de soie silk and lined in a silk lining in the same tone. The bodice features a slightly scooped neckline, a lovely v-cut back and 3/4 length sleeves, which are adorned with 5 self covered buttons on each sleeve. The bodice is embellished with a trailing floral lace motif accented with clusters of pearls. A self fabric bow is seen on the right side of the bodice. The back of the gown features the same lace embellishment and pearl cluster accent, but done in a V-shape midway down the back. A self fabric bow adorns the center of the v-shaped lace embellishment. This gown fastens in the back with approximately 2 dozen self covered buttons and loops. This gown looks like it may have at one time had a train, since the hooks are still attached. These hooks can be easily removed. There is a bit of staining throughout the dress, which can be easily remedied by a professional dry cleaner (recommended). The seam at the left cuff has opened a bit, and can be fixed. One of the self covered buttons on the right cuff has lost it's cover, but can easily be replaced, eliminated or fixed.
The Alencon Lace, which is a French needlepoint lace with a floral design on a sheer net background, makes this Vintage wedding dress from the 60's a knockout for sure. This is a mod style gown with an empire waist and long, sheer sleeves that have lovely self-fabric covered buttons. The bodice features a simple jeweled neckline, which has scalloped edging and is adorned with daisy appliques from the front to the scooped back. Some of the daisy appliques in front feature tiny pearls. The empire waist includes a semi-attached (snap) satin band with a tiny self-fabric bow in front and another in the back. The dress is lined with a silk satin and an additional lining of cotton batiste. The asymmetrical hemline gives the dress a natural train and is trimmed in the same banded satin as the empire waist. The dress fastens in the back with a concealed metal zipper and hook n'eye enclosure. There are some areas of staining on the satin band of the train, which can either be professionally cleaned or easily replaced.
Designed in the 60's, by Lorrie Deb, this beautiful asymmetrical vintage wedding dress is done in an ecru floral lace over an acetate lining of the same color. The bodice features a scooped neckline and scooped back. 3/4 length sheer sleeves are finished with ruching. The front of the bodice features two diagonal pleats that meet at the self fabric bow just below the bust line. The box pleated asymmetrical skirt falls from the natural waist and a concealed nylon zipper encloses this dress in the back. This dress shows normal wear, as expected. However, there are no noted flaws.
Designed in the 60's this sweet Audrey Hepburn style vintage lace wedding gown is done in a beautiful sheer white floral lace over a white silk blend lining with an additional layer of tulle in the skirt over an attached ruffled tulle petticoat. The sleeveless bodice features a square neck line and square back done in sheer lace with sequins scattered throughout the top. The silk blend lining can be seen through the sheer lace and offers a semi-sweetheart neckline and scooped back. The full and gathered skirt falls from the natural waist which is wrapped in a white satin ribbon with self bow at the front. A larger version of the satin bow can be seen in the middle of the back where it is semi attached over the concealed metal zipper. The skirt is finished at the hemline with scattered sequins. The skirt also offers a self train with bustle. There is a 1/2" break in the lace at the hemline which can be remedied. There may be a few breaks in the lace which cannot be seen when worn and can be fixed with ease. The front satin bow has a smudge. We strongly recommend a professional dry cleaning.
Designed in the 60's, this magnificent vintage wedding gown is done in a champagne toned silk satin over a silk chiffon lining. The sleeveless bodice is boned and offers a gentle sweetheart neckline and straight back. Two sequin, bugle bead and rhinestone encrusted banded shoulder straps begin at the front hip of the skirt, and cross just below the bust line. The bands continue over the bust to the shoulder and finish at the straight back. The long skirt falls from the natural waist and finishes at the floor. A concealed metal zipper encloses this gown in the back. There are a few brown spots in the lining, which cannot be seen when worn and may be remedied by a professional dry cleaning. A few of the beads and sequins may be loose or missing, but can be replaced if so desired. The bands need to be reinfored where they cross just under the bust line. A few scratches in the silk satin are a normal part of wear and are expected due to age.