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Vintage orange dress  Emma Domb of by LemonChiffonVintage on Etsy

Vintage orange dress Emma Domb of by LemonChiffonVintage on Etsy

Evening dress Donald Brooks  (American, 1928–2005) Date: ca. 1972 Culture: American Medium: synthetics

1972 Donald Brooks Evening dress Metropolitan Museum of Art, Styles Vintage

A Pierre Balmain degradé chiffon evening gown,  circa 1970.

A Pierre Balmain degradé chiffon evening gown (circa The pale peach chiffon becoming a warmer tangerine at the hem, brocaded with gold spots overall, with pendant chiffon trains to each shoulder edged in ostrich plume.

Norell Dress - 1932 - by Norman Norell (American, 1900-1972) - Design House: Hattie Carnegie, Inc. (American) - @Mlle vintage fashion style 30s red white strip dress gown long belt evening dinner formal

Beautiful cream & red striped belted dress - Norell Dress - 1932 - by Norman Norell (American, - Design House: Hattie Carnegie, Inc.

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Prospective image of Vivien Leigh as Rebecca de Winter in 'Rebecca' (Alfred Hitchcock, *Not only is the color beautiful, but the style of the dress is so elegant and flattering.

Finally a dress where I don't mind the polka dots! Great form. 1930s polka dot dress, via 1stdibs.com.

In LOVE! Polka-Dot Chiffon Bias Gown USA Wonderful red/white polka-dot chiffon bias cut gown has full ruffled sleeves and a back tier of ruffles from waist to hem. Flirty and whimsical.

Evening dress, 1911-13. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Triangular draping & use of borders, layers, defined sash waist Evening dress, Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Love this bridesmaid dress!

Embroided tulle gown by Monique Lhuillier {this would be a dream. it is sold out but it was over bucks so yeah, definitely a dream.

Orange silk panné velvet evening coat, c. 1930-32. Evening gowns of the 1930s were usually floor-length and clung to the body. Made of silk or velvet, they were cut on the bias and often exposed a swath of bare back or shoulder. Of course, this exposure meant that a fashionable evening coat was necessary in the colder months. Though black was encouraged as a practical, wear-with-everything choice, another option would have been an evening coat in an intense shade of purple, raspberry red…

Velvet evening coat c. The FIDM Museum velvet evening coat seen here is an enticing shade of rich, bright orange. During the and into the this particular color was sometimes called nasturtium after the orange flower of the same name.

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