Wedding in Jordan

The colour of the skyline though!

Here’s our gorgeous client again, in Jordan for a wedding earlier this month. Looking lush, wearing our cappuccino coloured tulle, with rose gold sequins and a deep v-neckline, front & back.

We look forward to having you back soon! x

Cinderella

Possibly my favourite picture of all time.. our beauty returned home after a night at The Globe, and what makes this picture better? Is the cheese toasty in her hands! Thata girl!

 

Christmas Party

Our lovely client here, at her friend’s recent Christmas party.

She opted for a floor length, all over sequin dress in gunmetal, with a beautiful open back, and silver diamond detail strap.

Also paired with a fur stole.. Very festive!

Cannes Film Festival 2016

It was that time of year again. All the celebrity’s were out in force, wearing their designer frocks to the nines.

Chloe (left), wore our black Jovani with mesh panels front and back. To the premiere of the BFG.

They all look very red carpet!

Royal Warrant Holders

This stunning picture was taken last month, at the Royal Warrant Holders dinner.

Emma is wearing an off the shoulder, rich raspberry red satin fishtail ball-gown, finished with embellished crystals on the left of the bodice.

What a fantastic photo!

 

BAFTA


It’s that time of year again, where award winning actors and actresses are credited for their performances throughout the year. But I can’t bypass this blog-post without a mention of the glamorous, show stopping, jaw dropping, evening dresses that grace the red carpet every February. It’s black tie at its finest. And we are lucky to say, we have some of our own attending this prestigious event.

Keep on the lookout for photos from the event.

Warwick Racecourse

Emma (left) hired our incredible strapless, tulle fishtail, heavily encrusted gown for her cousin’s 18th birthday party.

They had the whole of Warwick Racecourse for the occasion. That sure is something to dress to the high 9’s for!

Lady in Blue

This pretty lady attended her friend’s wedding in London. She was after something long and glamorous for the occasion. So we kitted her out with this beautiful long, 3 layer tulle gown, with a-line embellishment.

We think we Monica looks splendid, and I’m sure she felt as good as she looks!

London Fitness Fashion Show

Patricia, the lady on the right, is one of our regular customers.

She had a super exciting event to attend, the London Fitness Fashion Show at the 02 recently and see came third place.

Of course, she is wearing our knock out gold strapless dress, a true winner in our eyes!

The Skirt

 

It is said to have been discovered back in 3,900 B.C. in Armenia, in the form of a straw-woven skirt. These garments have been worn by men & women over the years in many different cultures. This is still alive today, some men in Scotland wear kilts, as do some Asian men wear what is called, the Dhoti or Lungi, a piece of material that is wrapped around the waist and knotted, resembling a skirt.

Women’s dresses started to become a lot more varied in the 19th century than in any other culture. Waistlines originally started under the bust, called the ‘Empire Silhouette’, and they started to drift towards the natural waist. The skirt had started of quite narrow, but was now moving towards styles like the Hoopskirt or Crinoline skirt. This was all taking place around 1860s.

Then, skirts took a radical change in the beginning of the 20th century – the hem was no longer at the floor. Around the 1920s skirts became short(er), then in the 1930s, long again. Then throughout the War, skirts became shorter as there was a fabric restriction at the time.

And of course what came into fashion in the 60s? The Miniskirt by Mary Quant. She had dared to create this item the measured normally no longer than 4inches below the bottom. These skirts were so popular, as they are today, worn by teenagers, young adults and can also be seen in sport, such as skaters, cheerleaders and tennis players.