What is this fabric treatment??

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion Q & A' started by b*a*vintagequeen, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest

    LAST ONE TONIGHT!..LOL...I know it is Vegas worthy with the big bow and the rhinestone buckle...but what do you call this fabric treatment...would it be like a cut work fabric?

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    <img src=http://images.andale.com/f2/124/110/5869462/1079674357464_dr44.JPG>

    It is rather sexy, you could wear nothing but a red or black panties and bra under this..see the open design over the entire dress?

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    Thanks for any help!
     
  2. vintspiration

    vintspiration Alumni

    Another beauty!! Yes I would call that cutwork, I had a similar dress last year in black and white but more of a day dress.
     
  3. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest

    Well I had the exact one in black and white..it had a couple rust stains that I "thought" I would try and remove...well I learned my lesson the garbage took it this morning!

    Thanks
     
  4. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest

    Cutwork, or embroidered eyelet.....lovely dress Susan!

    :( on the wrecked dress....did the same last year with
    a lovely lace dress that I had already posted on the VRV
    fashion page.....grrrrrrrr!

    Sue
     
  5. Leisa

    Leisa Registered Guest

    queenie - all I have to add is that you may want to photo it with black undies, etc to illustrate the cutouts for your buyers. It's easier to 'show' than to 'tell' IMHO.
     
  6. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest

    Well I thought about that......I had a red crinoline underneath and it really did not show well....so I was fighting with Carmetlita to put panties on! I did mention in my auction that I thought it would be great with nothing but a red or black bra and panties under it!
     

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