Dracula (2013/2014) - Katie McGrath as Lucy Westenra wearing an evening dress with red satin corseted bodice and long skirt of red satin, white tulle and organza. Lace elements accent the bodice and the skirt. The accessories include red satin opera gloves, white fabric flowers and ruby jewellery (pendant earrings, brooch and bracelet).
• Woman’s Evening Dress: Bodice and Skirt.
Designed by: Mrs. Dunstan, American, active 1891 - 1913
Plave of origin: New York, United States
Medium: Ivory silk satin with silk tulle, lace, tulle appliqué, rhinestones, and sequins; floss silk, silk chenille, and metallic thread embroidery
be still my heart. this wedding gown truly is a fairy tale come true — unique blue tulle skirt, satin bodice with sheer sleeves, top and back, and a smattering of incredible silver star sequins for a constellation look that is swoon-worthy.
Tonner’s Miss Piggy vinyl dolls, 2009 Fall/Holiday Collection
from left to right w descriptions:
First Mate Piggy: Dressed in her famous “Pigs in Space”
outfit (including appliquéd stars and the embroidered logo) with silver
gloves, silver tights, silver zip-up boots, a silver faux leather belt
and a golden brown-blonde wig. 16" tall.
We Wish You a Merry Piggy: Dressed in a party dress with a satin bodice and sash, tulle skirt with
glittering polka dots, and faux fur collar and cuffs; including a
matching faux fur hat with mistletoe detail, knit gloves with gleaming
ring, pantyhose, satin ankle-strap shoes, and signature faux pearl
necklace. 16" tall.
Galia Lahav “Corina” Corina is a princess ball gown with a tiny sweetheart corset and a full skirt. It is made of silk satin tulle, french chantilly lace and delicate appliques that adorn the train of the full voluminous skirt. The gown is entirely decorated with clear crystals and has long sleeves.
dMedium: Cream silk taffeta, satin, tulle, cording and tassels and black silk ribbon
Bare shoulders were typical of 1860s evening gowns, as in this sumptuously adorned example. Full skirts created the illusion of a narrow waist. Cage crinolines had replaced layers of petticoats as the way to maintain a skirt’s fullness, and many women (as well as men) enjoyed the flirtatious, ankle-revealing swing of a crinoline.
@doxiequeen1 This made me think of you!! And yours is much prettier!
French (Paris) ca.1865 Silk brocaded taffeta, tulle, satin and blond lace
Evening dress in two parts. Bodice and most of skirt of white satin with self figure of broad ribbon serpentines with crossing sprays of highly decorative flowers and fruit including pomegranate; bodice with low rounded neck in front, lower edge cut in tabs, sleeves elbow length with white chiffon forming top slightly puffed portion; skirt front of white satin cut straight with flounce of knife pleats along bottom edge, fullness of skirt at back in soft pleats, pleated puffs on side, bows of white satin finished with tassels of silk and artificial pearls, artificial pearl fringe along front edges of overskirt. Some additional trimming originally on dress, but now missing.
Provenance: Purchased in Paris between 1858 - 1861 by the parents of Fanny Crowninshield
Corina is a princess ball gown with a tiny sweetheart corset and a full skirt. It is made of silk satin tulle, french chantilly lace and delicate appliques that adorn the train of the full voluminous skirt. The gown is entirely decorated with clear crystals and has long sleeves.