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Classic Cotton Dress

Classic Cotton Dress -A Classic Cotton Dress never goes out of fashion, style or season. Be it the Monaco dress, the Riviera Day frock, Anne Fogarty’s legendary 1950s dress, Occitania cotton dress or the classics worn by Audrey Hepburn in most of her films, especially “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
The classic Monaco dress exemplifies effortless style and sophistication of the 50’s, with the bodice featuring a portrait collar, with quarter sized black gem cut buttons for detailing. The dress also features a full skirt and a sash belt.  Short sleeves make this dress easy to wear eternally. The Riviera Day Frock – Coral is a 30s’ inspired classic cotton dress inspired by the Cote d’Azur at French Riviera. The dress was designed originally for the French homemaker women, to wear while working, giving it a relaxed fit. The Occitania Cotton Sun dress’ 50s’ style is inspired by the glorious and flourishing landscapes of the Occitania territory in southern France.  Large beautiful floral prints decorate this dress in summery hues of blues and reds. The double tiered skirt is ruffled, and complemented with extra fullness from an attached underskirt.
Also ruling the roost when it comes to Classic cottons is the “Gwen” Dress, a combination of classic couture and modern sophistication.  Details include a cowel neckline, wide sleeves, real pockets, and a tapered skirt. The dress looks fabulous with black tights and designer pumps. High on the celebrity quotient is designer Anne Fogarty, known for her very feminine couture. The dress, endorsed once by Marilyn Monroe, has a skirt, gathered bust with little black buttons up the front, ruche waist and a metal zipper at the back.

A classic cotton dress never goes out of fashion, style or season. Be it the Monaco dress, the Riviera Day frock, Anne Fogarty’s legendary 1950s dress, Occitania cotton dress or the classics worn by Audrey Hepburn in most of her films, especially “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
The classic Monaco dress exemplifies effortless style and sophistication of the 50’s, with the bodice featuring a portrait collar, with quarter sized black gem cut buttons for detailing. The dress also features a full skirt and a sash belt.  Short sleeves make this dress easy to wear eternally. The Riviera Day Frock – Coral is a 30s’ inspired classic cotton dress inspired by the Cote d’Azur at French Riviera. The dress was designed originally for the French homemaker women, to wear while working, giving it a relaxed fit. The Occitania Cotton Sun dress’ 50s’ style is inspired by the glorious and flourishing landscapes of the Occitania territory in southern France.  Large beautiful floral prints decorate this dress in summery hues of blues and reds. The double tiered skirt is ruffled, and complemented with extra fullness from an attached underskirt.
Also ruling the roost when it comes to Classic cottons is the “Gwen” Dress, a combination of classic couture and modern sophistication.  Details include a cowel neckline, wide sleeves, real pockets, and a tapered skirt. The dress looks fabulous with black tights and designer pumps. High on the celebrity quotient is designer Anne Fogarty, known for her very feminine couture. The dress, endorsed once by Marilyn Monroe, has a skirt, gathered bust with little black buttons up the front, ruche waist and a metal zipper at the back.

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