Spectacular shift dress by Norman Norell! The drama of this dress makes one feel as though it is a coat, with its large cuffed sleeves and large collar. The fabric is black silk with a nice hand. It also has a belt to cinch in the waist. It is a classy dress and a show stopper, whether it be day or night!
Norman Norell was born in 1900 and began his career working with Hattie Carniegie in 1928. It wasn't until 1960 that Norell's name became the the sole name of the clothing label! He is known for using fine fabrics and expert tailoring.
Take a look at this groovy day dress!
It features a warm green wool bodice with a knife pleated skirt that sways with the wearers movements. The necktie is actually two long piece of the contrasting wool material that snap in place and can be styled in a myriad of ways.
Check out this playful and easy dress by Al Noral!
This dress features a black knit midi top with long sleeves, gold decorative buttons and small multicolored squares arranged in rows along the front and sleeves! This is a perfect get up and go type of dress with just the right amount of charm to turn heads!