This lovely turquoise 1950s style cocktail dress in silk chiffon and silk satin has it’s distinct silhouette of the era, with the full skirt, 3/4 length sleeves and the fitted bodice ruched at shoulders with a v- neckline both front and back and giving it a nice little touch are the asymmetrically placed lace floral motifs on the wide cummerbund and the right shoulder. Fastens with a zipper at the back.
Worn here by the lovely Sarah.
This lime green silk beauty has the very popular sweetheart neckline with tulle top with long sleeves, yet another staple of the era, creating the illusion effect. The floor length skirt makes it for more formal, evening wear. The belt also features an original 1950s diamante buckle. Zip closure at the back.
This lovely early 60s inspired cocktail dress in kingfisher blue silk taffeta has the typical pleated ‘puffed’ skirt of the era, a slashed neckline, with a deeper one at the back. The original 50s plastic buckle has a mother of pearl feel to it.
This lovely mid-1950s inspired sheath dress in printed silk with a slightly exposed neckline with a little v-peak at front center seam, 3/4 length sleeves, V-neckline at the back and a narrow pencil type skirt is a typical example of the era.
This early 1950s inspired silk taffeta and tulle cocktail dress in kingfisher blue has got a very popular sweetheart neckline of the era with the sheer illusion top, full skirt, and with zip closure at the back.