gathered skirt


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a skirt whose fabric is drawn together around the waist

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Try Summer Trends -- You can't go wrong with a flowing dress or full gathered skirt in Caribbean colors and patterns.
She wears the traditional garb of women in the south of France in that period: a white blouse with full sleeves and a yellow scarf, tucked into a gathered skirt of intense blue.
And looking coy in a pastel checked dress with a fitted double breasted bodice and a knee-length gathered skirt.
For example, sleeves for the short-waisted bride: "Try to select fitted sleeves, they create the image of longer arms;" or for the full-figured bride's skirt: "If you have a full tummy, try not to select a gathered skirt.
The dress has a low back and a gathered skirt of several yards of chiffon over white silk crepe, with a white silk petticoat.
Escorted by her brother David Clifton Harbison and given in marriage by her mother and brother, the bride wore a white gown of silk taffeta by Judd Waddell with a strapless ruched sweetheart neckline accented by a fitted bodice of Alencon lace upon a natural waist The bouffant gathered skirt featured a back bustle with lace cascading to the scalloped hem of the chapel length train.
99, and Topshop's crochet detail gathered skirt, pounds 35, are ideal boho additions.
Or pick Butterick 4103, a high-waisted dress with gathered skirt in luscious cherry or peach blossom print with two different collar variations, appliques and optional machine embroidery instructions.
The empire bodice tapered to a gently gathered skirt of silk organza, adorned with a wide band of re-embroidered Alencon lace.
It was tied around her waist and worn like an apron under a gathered skirt which had a large slit in the side so she could push the stolen goods through.
A simple, gathered skirt or A-line with extra fullness in the skirt will look well.
The ruched bodice had a softly gathered skirt that flowed into a chapel-length train.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a family heirloom gown of ivory satin featuring a fitted bodice, portrait neckline, and a softly gathered skirt ending in a chapel-length train.
The bridesmaids each wore a floor - length chocolate satin strapless gown with a gathered skirt accented with a pendant Emily Meek Burton of Oxford served as the bridal attendant