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    The first thought when you look at this dress is that the girls in 1950 did dress to impress everybody that looked at them. Their whole closet probably looked like this, you know the drawer of clothes that you don't wear outside of the house only on the weekends these girls probably didn't have that sort of drawer. If this was their regular everyday grocery shopping kinda dress. I wonder what their party, prom, wedding dresses looked like. The prints that looked like were the most popular were polka dot dresses and dresses with different color roses. Im sure that that's not the only types of designs they had they still had the option of plain color dresses. Almost all the pictures of the dresses that i looked at had the strap going behind the neck so it was one big loop around their neck which i'm sure wasn't…

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    David's Bridal Case Study

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    are bridal gowns, headpieces, veils, and other gown accessories. The target market is brides-to-be who are in the market for wedding and/or bridesmaids dresses and accessories. The market currently consists of Generation X (who valued tradition and consistency), Millennials (also known as Generation Y and who required high levels of feedback and interaction), and Generation Z (who are highly technologically connected and have never experienced life without the internet). As of 2011, the…

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    1920s Fashion

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    womens fashion has developed throughout time. In the 1900s women that were fashionable at this time were to be expected to wear long dresses and take two annual trips to Paris. As time passed and the roaring twenties came to place, women started to show their true colors. Womens style of dressing as well as their hair became known as the flappers. Many designers became known, and are still being used up to this day, for instance, Coco Chanel. During this time, it was an era of freedom for women:…

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    Today I try on my wedding dress. Maura and I walk across the black tarmac to the all-glass storefront, Dana's Bridal Warehouse scrawled in giant letters on the glass. I regret wearing a black t-shirt today. Even in the short distance from the car to the door, the dark material absorbs the summer sun and instantly makes my armpits and under my boobs sweat. A bell tinkles overhead as we step into the air conditioning and we breathe a sigh of relief. Maura pulls out a small compact from her…

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    we want to bring you not only modernized bridesmaid gowns but the vintage bridesmaid gowns as well. That is why we are one of the top Brisbane designer's of wedding attire, because when you visit our location you will definitely find a dress that fits your wedding theme perfectly and flawlessly. What are the Different Styles of Vintage Bridesmaid Gowns Vintage gowns come in several different styles. It really just depends on what era you are wanting your wedding theme after. Each era has a…

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    Planning my Quinceañera party there was lot of things there was a lot of things that had to get done it took me 8months to plan it.We started out with choosing my dress ….I went shopping with my main sponsor who choose my dress. My mother and i would go to sioux city every weekend to choose some decorations,for my tables and the salon.Weeks later we went to IHop and ate with my damas then we went to the mexican store where i was ordering all my decorations.We had a really hard time choosing a…

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    Bridal Apparel

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    Bridal Apparel Doria’s Doria’s boutique offers beautiful gowns and dresses for your bridal party. The Centralia boutique features designer labels like Tiffany Designs, Jessica McClintock and Andre’ Formals. The boutique offers thousands of items, including formal and semi formal wear, bustiers, shoes, jewelry and accessories. Doria’s is a leading designer of wedding dresses and bridesmaids dresses, offering both modern and traditional styles to customers. The boutique boasts gowns and dresses…

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    hats and bandeaus. The latter could be divided into categories: plain and adorned. “The plain bandeau was often worn for playing sports or with casual outfits” . Bandeaus “made of glittering fabrics” , adorned with feather, or a jewel, were worn to a more elegant ensembles. Cloche hats were much less extravagant piece of hair accessory. “They were close fitting, helmet-shaped hats that hugged the skull. They had deep rounded crowns with no brim or just a small curve at the edge” . Cloche hats…

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    dress can be an obvious mistake when you're trying to save money on your wedding. Make sure you're choosing a silhoutte that works with your body type before picking the dress for your big day. Focus on the top of your dress when making choices because this is the area that will be in most of your wedding photographs. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/this-amazing-bride-to-be-made-a-wedding-dress-out-of-200-taco-bell-wrappers_us_58b9ca83e4b0b99894177afa 1. Shiny Fabric When you pick a wedding…

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    Rumors A Farce Analysis

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    Rumors, a farce by Neil Simon, was directed by Carol Sutton and costumed by Will Lowry at Furman University. The farce featured outlandish characters with costumes that were crisp and sparkling that joined the characters’ social statuses and the anniversary they were supposed to celebrate. Lowry stated that with the costumes, he tried “reinforcing characters and playing with relationships.” The costumes represented each character and relationship well, but lacked success in conjunction with the…

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