1920s Wedding Gown

Newly released from their corsets, the women of the 1920s embraced comfortable, unstructured dresses. If there was a waistline it was was dropped, and the gowns were usually tea length or shorter. Price range $150.00 and up.

Sabrina - This flapper wedding gown is made of embossed silk and lined with silk satin. This slipover 1920s wedding gown features three tiers of embossed silk, and the attached sash is silk chiffon. The bow of the sash is trimmed with faux pearls. This gown has no closures. Sabrina - $375.00 as shown.   Click on each picture for a larger image.

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Close-up of the embossed silk fabric.

Evelyn - This late 1920s early 1930s wedding gown is more Art Deco than Flapper. It’s made of satin jacquard, and only the bodice is lined. This slipover gown features a dropped, rounded waistline with a pointed “v” train. There is faux pearl trim across the neckline in the front and the back, and the straps are made of beaded lace. This gown has no closures. Evelyn - $200.00 as shown.




Close-up of the neckline trim and straps.

Because we make every garment to your specifications you are never limited to just what you see.
We can make any desired changes to the design, color, or materials of the garments shown,
and all garments are made to your measurements, not some generic “size”.

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