Forget a costly tutor or a PhD, just throw on some Bill Blass, The strapless marigold gown from the early 1980s has a joy-enhancing fuchsia bow with cascade on the front and the scallop trim is incredibly flattering on a small bustline. (This is a gown for a woman who is not top heavy but wants to give the illusion of a fuller decollete.
The second featured dress isn't shown on Amanda but our faithful mannequin (she doesn't have name, so if you have suggestions, feel free to share). The harem-skirted Valentino Boutique strapless gown is a powerful example of volume. The skirt gathers to the hem and is reminiscent of a harem pants. The purple hued silk taffeta dress is trimmed with bands of flame, apple green, fuchsia (color of the day) and turquoise. It's the type of gown we love with a pair of flats...and you will thank us for that!
Bill Blass marigold silk satin gown with hot pink bow, c 1980s. Very narrow bust line, Modern Size 2
Valentino Boutique strapless harem skirted purple silk taffeta gown, c 1980s. Marked size 6, Modern size 4
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