Geoffrey Beene channels the 1960s in this “MR. Beene” made in the early 1990s. The dress has oh such wonderful movement and shine! Two layers of silver metallic polka dotted tulle, one smaller dots than the other. Sheer sleeves. Attached sewn in black lining. Front of the dress is an A- line style with the back skirt gathered adding fullness (see Photos). Sheer scooped back of sheer fabric. Romantic metallic lace hem in three layers.
Quarter inch horse hair trim at hem lining. No closure, slips on over head.
Elegant chocolate brown velvet cocktail dress by Gucci! The dress has sheath silhouette, hits around the knee, and is sleeveless. This empire waist dress has a subverted sweetheart neckline, low with rounded corners and horizontal segment at the center. The neckline is ornamented with a brown quilted ribbon that overlaps in an origami - like design, adding visual interest to the neckline. A comfortable, versatile dress with a hint of sensuality. Cotton, silk, elastane blend. Bonus: Pockets!
Stunning black silk cocktail dress by Bob Mackie. The dress falls at the knee, has long batwing sleeves with a narrow cuff, a plunging V - neckline, and a loose pencil skirt. The dress has a cinched waist accented by a wide lace band over a peach base. The band features multifaceted rhinestone accents. The dress gathers in the front, creating pleats in the skirt, and at the shoulders, adding a bit of a slinkiness to the bodice. The dress has a bit of 1990s - does - Edwardian flair, with its feminine silhouette, gentle pleats, and gorgeous flourishes.
Simple and elegant black cocktail dress by Oscar de la Renta. This knee length cocktail dress features a body hugging sheath silhouette with long sleeves, a deep square neckline, and a cinched waist. The dress is mostly velvet, with a band of lightly pleated satin accenting the bustline, which, along with the straight shoulders, adds structural detail to the dress. A classic! Made in the USA.