Monday, January 13, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The National

Bollywood fashion icons down the ages – from Madhubala to ...

The National-Aug. 9, 2015
Bollywood fashion icons down the ages – from Madhubala to Sonam Kapoor ... saris were simply draped, the blouse sleeves were inspired by those on Victorian-style gowns, and the only accessory worn was a single strand of pearls. ... Traditional Indian wear has always been a mainstay of Bollywood, and Madhubala is ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from 7x7

Turn Heads With These Cutting Edge Local Jewelry Lines

7x7-Aug. 3, 2015
... and found materials such as leather, feathers, lace, pearls, and metal, the Bay ... Rose Jewelry Design combines the Victorian era and industrial fashion into ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from (blog)

Clothes to die for (blog)-Dec. 9, 2015
People tend to use the term 'fashion victim' somewhat damningly — and ... not that our Victorian forebears were swathed in the same toxic stuff, in clothes, shoes, ... in peach taffeta knickerbockers, the 'doublet like gold and pearls sparkling'.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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