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I love how the dress spills down the steps (and how it very obviously has great spin potential), but what really caught my eye was how the top of the dress was made. My church has a very strict dress code and I was going to fashion a jacket for the ceremony. Seeing as I'm looking for a vintage dress, I thought that this might be a good candidate when it came time to decide what style of cover-up to wear.
i just fell in love with this dress, when i get merried i wish i could wear one like it.
Couture Wedding Dress, Alfred Angelo Originals: 1950's, Chantilly lace and pleated net/tulle, sheer illusion beaded sleeveless bodice, tiered ruffled train.