Saturday, November 22, 2008


When many of you think of sherbet you may think of orange sherbet, but we like raspberry sherbet, too. Some of the classical music buffs might think Schubert not sherbet when we speak of sherbet, so we are going to appease both your desires of gluttony and symphony with this delicious Jacqueline de Ribes crepe chiffon empire waist gown that is perfect to wear to the symphony! How's that for a Franz Schubert tie-in. The pleated bodice has off-the-shoulder cap sleeves and a cascade ruffle going down the front of the dress from the empire, with a sexy high slit ready to expose a toned leg and a strappy sandal.

Empire waists are always flattering and the Viscomtess de Ribes not only designed flattering clothing for her clients, but she continues to be the epitome of elegance and a world class beauty and fashion icon.

Jacqueline de Ribes raspberry sherbet empire waist chiffon gown, c. 1980s. Modern 4
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