Friday, January 7, 2011

Which Bouquet?

The Dress…would you dare?

1950’s Red Lace Lucy Style Dress

red

red rear

red waist images via Posh Girl Vintage

…”a 1950's vintage red lace dress…mid century classic! It doesn't get any more classic than this gorgeous vintage dress. Just stunning and the condition is amazing. Looks never worn. The buttons are heavy metal balls of rhinestones, the belt is original and has no wear at all. The lace is a classic lipstick red...not orange or any other shade of red...just classic red. Full skirt, red taffeta liner, side metal zipper”…

The Bouquets

Bouquet #1

DSC_0020 small stump blogspot 1 image via Studio Choo

Bouquet #2

side silver brooch bouquet fantasy floral designsimage via Fantasy Floral Designs and Alice Hu Photography

Bouquet #3

200904180382 floral verdeimage via Floral Verde

Which would you choose?

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By the way, this dress reminds me of one of my favorite posts by Meg Perotti…check it out here…you’ll love it…

Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Don’t forget to send me your business card if you would like it added to the Working Designer Wednesday post next week…

7 comments:

Never A Plain Jane said...

I just might dare! And I'd definitely choose to carry #3. The mono-botanical bouquet gives the eye a focal point right in the center of the dress. From there the eye can radiate out and fully take in and enjoy all the details. That dress is a great find!

alicia.. said...

I'd go with #1 - if we are going with color let's go all the way!

Jenny N said...

I say #1 as well. So fun.

Janet said...

#1 it's the only bouquet that is fun enough to hold it's own against that red dress. #2 is too elegant. #3 is too subdued.

Anonymous said...

I love #1, but #2 is soooooooooooooooooooooo fab!!!

Denise said...

#1 is punchy and sassy enough for that dress. Though I am a sucker for peonies!

Liz said...

I vote for #1 as well! There's just something about anenomies and [poppies, right?] that remind me of vintage china or something... :)