Yikes! It has been over a month since my last blog post. Well, if I still have any readers left, take a look at this 1930s gown from American Designer, Elizabeth Hawes. It’s a beauty! I particular love how the gathered bust appears to flow into pleats under a criss-cross of fabric. The color choice in this design makes it all the more interesting, don’t you think? Now, while you’re distracted by a gorgeous dress, I’m going to go make a schedule to keep up with this blog!
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I can’t seem to get enough of this dress lately! I’ve pinned it multiple times over the last few days and each time, a message pops up that I already have included it in a previous collection. I must be head over heels for this flirty little 1930s number! It is a simple silhouette by Norman Norell for the Hattie Carnegie design house. The dress is belted at the waist to accent a lady’s curves and the perfect amount of flair swishes delicately at the hemline.