evening dress

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SPOT ON Jesire spot print short sleeve dress coat, pounds 64.
In the end, the 45- year-old mother-of-two opted for a gold shift and collarless dress coat by Cuban-American designer Isabel Toledo for the swearing-in ceremony.
Pink dress coat STEAL PS1850 @ Burberry Prorsum This dress coat from Coast will make sure you stand out when making your big entrance.
Ortiz, however, managed to coax her daughter into a more practical dress coat with a hood.
And seeing the White Rabbit, impeccable and late as ever, tripping across the stage in stacked heels and white dress coat with pointed tails that drag along the floor, reminded the viewer of Wilson's 1993 production of The Black Rider, with its similarly choreographed master of ceremonies (sans rabbit ears and dressed entirely in black).
The New York socialite arrives at the Diane von Furstenberg show in an on-trend, belted dress coat.
For a classic "holiday party" look at a bargain-basement price: -- The Dublin Dress Coat is the perfect party layering piece with asymmetrical buttons, mandarin collar and sashed waist.
Designer Samantha Shaw used ivory, hand-dyed silk organza and silk crepe for the long, fitted, panelled dress coat with a hand-dyed silk tulle veil one inch longer than the train.
SHOW THE LASSES ON BROAD STREET THAT IT IS COOL TO WEAR YOUR COAT ON A NIGHT OUT WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL DARK BROWN VELVET DRESS COAT, pounds 120 FROM MISS SELFRIDGE' S LIMITED EDITIONS COLLECTION.
Leonardo DiCaprio's dress coat and five original 1930s evening dresses worn by Kate Beckinsale and Cate Blanchett will also feature.
The Queen - wearing a dusky pink dress coat, pink skirt and hat - and the Duke were met by a party including the Lord Lieutenant Dame Lorna Muirhead; the Vice-Lord Lieutenant Jennifer Grundy; Ronald Muirhead; Merseyside's chief constable Bernard Hogan-Howe; Lime Street station manager Roy Greenhalgh and Network Rail representative Robert Jones.
Not for the eye-catching mint hue of her dress coat, nor the rather fabulous hat, but because, standing there umbrella in hand at this week's Royal Garden Party, Her Majesty represents everything we know and love/hate about the Great British Summer.
Sir Bobby stars as an angel wearing an all-white suit with knee-length dress coat while Terry is decked out in bright red as a devil.
Other more or less memorable uses of the gimmick include Julien Duvivier's 1942 ``Tales of Manhattan,'' which followed the path of a dress coat instead of a gun, and Anthony Mann's ``Winchester '73'' (1950), which followed a rifle from owner to owner.
For instance, the current 8-page 1995 Fall issue reviews the fashion hits of the season and hones in on selecting the top four must-have pieces -- the refined suit, the dress ensemble, the dress coat and the quilted vest.