I know I love dresses,…
Well, this dress has legs!
The Tailored Pantsuit Inspired by a gorgeous vintage find,.. well of course.
Tweaked and tailored, to be an ultimate silhouette. Great for dinner, elegant , sophisticated , fabulously sexy with its understated appeal, and wonderfully flattering to boot.
Needs heels. Yes, heels are a must. I wear mine with strong Miu Miu sandals. It just adds the lift and extension of the leg which is necessary with this silhouette. Especially as the pant legs are cut just shy of the ankle.
It just finishes the look off perfectly.
A sharp clutch and long length chain or longer length jewellery adds to the look . Perfect for a great evening out…x
Great to see many luxury brands are now starting to use British manufacturing again. It’s something we at Suzannah are passionate about.
So we wanted to share this article with you.
UK manufacturing skills a lure for luxury brands | Reuters.
Immaculately tailored in London from the most fabulous structured Italian Silk Gazar. The Suzannah signature one shoulder cocktail dress is perfect for any summer event. Fabulously and deliciously 2012 in Sorbet Pink…x
Loving the Suzannah Heart print midi dress in today’s Valentines Grazia!…x
Couldn’t resist the temptation to design the vintage inspired Heart Print Midi and the 30’s Silk Tea Dress..x
I had to blog about this post. I loved the montage and feeling of the mood board I found on the fab website Polyvore today, featuring my Suzannah Sporty Peplum Boudoir Dress
The sensitive colouration using the rich aubergine Mcqueen clutch is perfect.
There were many mood boards create on the site which were really fab,.. however this was my favourite. Parisian Winter by ssquared…x
Parisian Winter – Polyvore.
Annabel Wills, the textile curator of the Silk Museum in Macclesfield sent me the photographs this week to a fabulous exhibit featuring our silk tea dress
and silk cotton fifties dress.
The beautiful Suzannah vintage inspired Chinoiserie tea dress is displayed against the stunning orginal 1940’s textile works of Edith Buxton.
Wonderful brush stroke artwork. Simply divine.
Here is the link to a great article from Cheshire Life explaining about Edith, her work and the textiles within the exhibition in the museum.