With bridal design, the sky is the limit - from boned bodices to velvet fur trimmed coats the scope for creativity is huge.
This included loose bodices, ankle-length pantaloons and a dress cut to above the knee.
How the full white sleeves of the women shine, in contrast with their short black bodices!
We move to Eastern Avenue, Arbourthorne and it's leather leggings, liberty bodices and black patent ankle straps.
Silk georgette chemise which can be worn under various bodices.
georgette chemise which can be worn under various bodices.
The countess was to wear a claret-colored velvet dress, and the two girls white gauze over pink silk slips, with roses on their bodices and their hair dressed a la grecque.
In the center of the stage sat some girls in red bodices and white skirts.
Similar necklines, bodices, and silhouettes are popular with both formal and casual gowns.
There are a variety of bodices, but Sottero and Midgley love the sweetheart neckline on many of their designs.
Check to find matching sashes or bodices.
Bolero jackets and suit jackets are available to add a sophisticated and elegant touch to dresses with strapless or tank style bodices.
With cascading skirts, strapless bodices, and a classic look that has immortalized Mori Lee for the past 50 years, the Angelina Faccenda Collection is all glamour and romance.
Some also include weaved bodices with pearl accents while others feature crinoline slips for added formality.
Rich velvets and high quality silk, smocked bodices and capped sleeves are popular with this designer.
The clothing is reasonalbly priced and includes lovely dresses in a variety of beautiful styles, including those with V neck bodices that will flatter most shapes.
Many beaded styles feature richly decorated bodices with flattering scoop or sweetheart necklines that lead to long, flowing chiffon skirts in solid colors.
From a delicately beaded, flowing gown from the 1920s, to the body-shaping silks of the 1930s and 1940s, to the low cuts and tight bodices of the 1950s - a vintage gown makes a statement.
Women at Renaissance Faires love to wear these bodices, as they do great things for the waist and cleavage.
Back lacing is very popular on wedding dresses that have fitted bodices and full skirts just for this reason - you look fantastic as you pass people down the aisle.
Jazz attire is much more laid back than the traditional tutus, tights, and bodices of ballet, or the tailored pieces of tap dance costumes.
True to its deeply Russian roots, the costuming was reminiscent of Russian peasantry, with fitted tunics for the men and criss-crossed bodices over fitted blouses for the women, worn over a full, short tutu.
Men will wear doublets and slops made of good cotton, which was an expensive fabric in that era, and women will wear heavy cotton skirts, embroidered bodices and big straw hats.
Customer reviews on the McCall's site are mostly positive, describing the finished pieces as self-lined dresses with fitted bodices, flared skirts and back zippers.
When it comes to ballroom dance, floor length skirts and fitted bodices are the typical costumes for women.
If you have a phenomenal upper body, think about strapless looks, delicate straps, or intricately embroidered bodices.
In the 1950s, the bodices of slips were cut large to accommodate the popular padded bras, which were often bigger than modern bras.
It is sleeveless with lacy eyelet straps and white scalloped eyelet lace accented with yellow ribbon on the bodices.
Many of the vintage gowns were designed with gently fitted bodices, defined waists and full, sweeping skirts.
Some sheer bodices have doubled material.
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