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A lovely ruched teal frock from the 1950s...sometimes I think I was born in the wrong time period...

vintage dress / 1950s Jonny Herbert red lace party dress

1930s Gold Satin Gown 30s by LostnFoundVintage on Etsy, $285.00

Evening dress, by Callot Soeurs, 1907-08, Hillwood Estate. This high waisted dress is constructed in a sheer turquoise moiré through which with an intense orange-gold silk foundation is visible. A decorative free-hanging bolero is heavily embroidered with silk cotton floss thread and flat silk ribbon cord. Beading at the neck is repeated at the edges of the short, puffed sleeves. Long trumpet ties hang from the waist sash. The skirt is decorated with the same embroidery motif used on bolero.

vintage 1950s silk dress Ceil Chapman pockets by PickledVintage #Repin

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Beautiful 50's

Arnold Scaasi, 1958

Photo by Nina Leen, 1951

1952 Model in white and black polka-dotted dress of silk shantung by Donald Dress, Glamour, May

Vintage 1950s Dress/Love this neckline..

1950s Whimsical Floral Embroidered Organza Dress image 8 jαɢlαdy

1950's Rhinestone Studded Dress

Vintage 1950s dress

Madame Gres purple draped silk jersey evening gown, circa 1945 mid 40s war era glam

1955 Wedding Gown~ The Frock, via Anjou

Ivy Nicholson in a Jean Dessès evening gown,1952. Photo by Jesper Hoem.

Callot Soeurs ... Lace Blouse www.2dayslook.com

50s Style Dress Pattern Cute cotton cocktail dress

Evening dress Designer: Cristobal Balenciaga (Spanish, Guetaria, San Sebastian 1895–1972 Javea) Secondary Line: EISA (Spanish) Date: spring/summer 1957 Culture: Spanish Medium: silk This is an example of the sack dress, which foreshadows the 1960s shift dress.

1956, England - Wool ensemble (dress, hat & shoes) by Mary Quant

Vintage Sewing Pattern 1950s Vogue Couturier Design by paneenjerez, $40.00

Givenchy debuted his shapeless "Sack" dress in 1957, the same year that Balenciaga presented a similar silhouette. The design evolved out of the "Shirt Dress" featured at left and was largely copied by manufactures, signifying a shift away from the highly-structured silhouettes that dominated 1950s fashion. Image via Givenchy.com

Vintage 1950s Sack or Chemise Dress with Front Belt Vintage Sewing Pattern McCalls 4699