Saturday, February 27, 2010

The "Roxie" from Miss Kembri Tomsen

Greetings ... Breezy is wearing Miss Kembri Tomsen's latest creation
The "Roxie" an 1920 smoking evening gown !!!!
Notice the head piece .. there are two included but Breezy stayed with this one to show it's delightful sassy detail...
The look is hot and classy .. a fun and eloquent delightful creation brought to second life by Miss Kembri from once again a real live gown .. as always please allow me to quote Miss Kembri ...
"Greetings,
and thank you so much for your purchase of this gown! It is based on a real gown as always. I adore the lace at the hips, and I have to say that it's a darn sexy dress too! Those little lace swags make a man want to reach out and play with them! The first time I wore this one out in public, my escort said 'whoa' when I materialized. I was pretty sure that was man speak for 'hubba hubba!',

The gown is of velvet, the swags of a gorgeous lace, and the head piece is based on a period piece. Now about this head piece.... it has a resizing script in it. It is a deletable script. You can do a few things, you can wear a hair that you can size down so it peeks around the edges of the piece, or you can forgo the head piece totally.Cordially yours,"
Kembri Tomsen
The Curious Seamstress
of
GreenWood Designs
extra note from Miss Kembri
" I've given two head pieces, one with the domed top, and one without. Why? To give you reasonable options of course! When you're done sizing them, just use the delete button on the blue menu to get rid of the scripts."
Once again stunning fun period Undergarments included ..
A more on the most powerful 1920's era ..
The 1920s was the decade in which fashion entered the modern era. It was the decade in which women first liberated themselves from constricting fashions and began to wear more comfortable clothes (such as short skirts or pants). Men likewise abandoned overly formal clothes and began to wear sport clothes for the first time. The suits which men wear today are still based, for the most part, on those which were worn by men in the late 1920s.

The 1920s were characterized by two distinct periods of fashion. The early 1920s where nature and change progressed slowly as many were reluctant to adopt the new styles. From 1925, the styles that have been associated with the Roaring Twenties were passionately embraced by the public and would continue to characterize fashion until early in 1932

More on the 1920s soon .. smiles
thank YOU for stopping by .. cya next time ..
wavesssssssssss and twirlsssss and turn .. turn !!

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