Here is our beautiful Alex, in her navy and gold ballgown for the evening.
She wore it to a Charity Ball at Duxford Imperial War Museum, in aid of the Herts and Essex Air ambulance a couple of weeks back.
Pretty as a picture!
This email is well overdue, but I wanted to thank you for your help with a dress for the charity ball I attended in November. The dress attracted so many compliments, both from friends and from people I didn’t know – on one occasion a young man came up to me and said his girlfriend wanted to tell me what a stunning dress I had on, but wasn’t able to as she had a bad case of hiccups, so she had sent him to tell me lol! Many people said it was the best dress at the ball. I really enjoyed wearing the dress, and I told everyone who commented where I had got it from, so I hope I have generated some new business for you. I will definitely be back for next year’s ball gown.
Have a lovely weekend.
She wore our famous black one shoulder floor length evening dress.
This is the charming Brenda. She was invited last week to Elton John’s prestigious annual summer ball, held in Windsor, where money is raised for Elton’s AIDS Foundation.
She looks an absolute knock-out in our navy heavy jersey, capped shoulder, floor length gown.
This looker of a lady is wearing our favourite silk, tight fitting, deep red cocktail dress to a dinner.
Classic design, yet very elegant and ladylike, just like our Alex.
The Children’s Butterfly Ball took place not so long ago, and what a good cause it is. Our smiley lady, Mary Anne attended in our purple embellished capped sleeved evening gown.
I bet she made many heads turn!
This gorgeous looking lady went to a Charity Ball last week at the Grosvenor House. In aid for the charity, The Children’s Trust 30th Anniversary Ball.
“I want to thank you so much for your personalised, attentive service. You helped me find exactly the right dress for me, and the fact that you were able to tailor it to me was a wonderful extra benefit. I will definitely come back to you when the need next arises, and will also tell my friends.” Maria McHugh.