May 2013 | Ideal Bride Magazine
Vintage Dress Timeline
Generally fashions of the 1930s are thought of as glamorous and sensuous. This is the era of the big bands, dancing and night life. The dresses are long and elegant, evening gowns were often backless and importantly there develops a very distinct difference between daywear and evening wear. Hollywood and the movies also begin to be very influential to the fashion industry as people wanted to wear the styles they had seen on the screen. The fashionista was born!
Above: Decades Collection @ thevintageweddingdresscompany.co.uk
Above: Original Collection @ thevintageweddingdresscompany.co.uk
Above: Silks Collection @ thevintageweddingdresscompany.co.uk
Header image: Vintage Jewellery @ ohsewvintage.co.uk
Ideal Bride Magazine have teamed up with The Vintage Wedding Dress Company to bring our readers The Ideal Vintage Wedding Dress Timeline. We will showcase classic styles from The Vintage Wedding Dress Company, including their Decades, Silk and Original Vintage Collections.
Renowned Stylist Charlie Brear has brought together her years of experience in fashion to create The Vintage Wedding Dress Company, showcasing to her customers a unique and enviable collection of wedding dresses and accessories. Charlie sources dresses from London, Paris and across the world.
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