Saturday, May 15, 2010

Wedding Dresses from 1970's to 2000

Maybe some of you had guessed that I would compare wedding dresses from different decades I've compared dresses from the 19th century with a few decades up to 1980's.  It's wedding season after all, although I've been getting the impression that the wedding season has been continuous from January 2009  to now.  I haven't heard of a wedding proposal from my friend's boyfriend as yet, for those of you who've read my blog "Whose Getting Married?"

First of all, I finished working on my free web page and porfolio to promote SK Clothes.   For now I have the homepage for promotion seperate from the portfolio to show my work.  I'll make them one cohesive website when I gather the funds.  I'm kind of excited about it, I did it myself using and the templates Wix has for the use of newby web designers.  It was a lot of fun.  If you want to check them out, go to (homepage) and (portfolio page).  Let me know what you think.

I get the impression a lot of people are into weddings due to the fact that a lot of negative things are happening today, and so people are trying to forget by focusing on love.  Well, here are a comparison of wedding dresses from each decade from 1970 to 2005.

                              Crochet wedding dress, 1970.               

     1980's wedding dress

                            Lace wedding dress, 1990.   

                                     2005 wedding dress
Do you  know that I love the crochet wedding dress the best of this group? It's simple and freeing in that it's not form fitting.  The crochet is not typically used for dresses which makes this dress one of a kind.   My second choice is the 2005 dress.  I love the cut and the fabric, though I can't tell what the fabric is.

Well, I'm currently working on two dresses made of recycled fabric, a blouse made from a scarf and still working on my daughter's mini line which has been on hold briefly.  Hope I can post pictures starting next week.  

Till next blog!

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