1950's Cocktail Dress Beautifully Beaded Embroidered Satin



This is the dress featured in The Lady  "Englands longest running weekly magazine".

Approx. Size. 28inch waist (I used to be that size in 1970 in my black loons!)

                       Bust 34 inch ( no comment)

A really stunning cocktail frock created in the 1950's of beautifully hand embroidered oyster satin with detailed flowers and arrangements of beads with layered under skirts for a full bodied look.... as you will see, so easy to impress with this classic stylish evening dress.

The edition published on Wednesday 13th June  2012 and features Honeysuckle Weeks famed for her role in Foyle's War in an article and fashion shoot by Alison Jane Reid entitled " A Real English Rose and is still available for a look see on The Lady magazines website.

Fashion for elegant women with elegant minds.

Shot at the beautiful Belvior Castle, the historic seat of the dukes of Rutland and home to the annual country landowners association game fair.

This stunning dress most certainly sat comfortably in the luxurious surroundings and the pearls worn by Honeysuckle were also ours, unfortunately the credit was given to another company!

Hey Ho Honeysuckle, such is our lot in life!

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  • Model: Stunning 1950's Cocktail Frock
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 08 August, 2011.

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