The La Sylphide Gown, designed by Charles James, was worn by Miss Esme O’Brien when she came out as a New York debutante in 1937 (a sylph is a lovely, slim young woman or girl).
Have a safe and Happy 4th of July Dear Readers, and be sure to wear something comfortable and maybe a little bit patriotic! Please follow The ‘Gig on Instagram by clicking on the above image!
No matter how you celebrate, please have a fun, happy and safe Pride Weekend! Follow @worleygigdotcom on Instagram for more colorful photos from this blog and beyond!
Bridesmaid dress hunting can be a lot of fun, especially when you have these incredible 2021 fall trends according to the newly released fall bridesmaid dress collection of AW Bridal to choose from.
Of course, you must first determine who will pay for the bridesmaid dresses. Even so, you spend it, and the bride should also have some say about what the bridesmaids wear, whether that’s specifying a specific color to match your color scheme, or requesting a particular aesthetic to match your wedding themes, such as boho or glam. And you should unquestionably have the power to veto.
More Fashion After The Jump!
On Easter Sunday, the place to be was Tompkins Square Park, where friendly and festive East Village neighbors dressed in their most colorful finery for some kind of Easter Bonnet Festival — which may or may not be a returning annual tradition. There were dozens of great looks, but this lovely Lady in Pink was my favorite for obvious reasons.
I’m not sure who is trying to make the Fanny Pack come back into style, but I admit that I was at least a wee bit tempted to snatch up this iridescent Pink version of the reviled fashion accessory when I saw it hanging from a display at the local Lot Less closeout store on 14th Street. Only $4.99 – what a bargain!
In this week’s Design post, we are going to step out a bit and have some fun exploring the world of the X-Men comics, checking out what all the cool Mutants wear when they head out to do some serious partying!
This June, the Hellfire Trading Company invites readers everywhere to the inaugural Hellfire Gala to announce the first team of Krakoan X-Men to the world and unveil the startling plans that mutantkind has in store for the Marvel Universe. The Hellfire Gala will unfold in issues of your favorite ongoing X-Men series as well as Planet-Size X-Men, a special double-sized one-shot. These twelve issues will all center around a single night that will go down in Marvel Comics history and while it’s too early to reveal the world-shattering steps mutantkind is about to take, one thing is for certain: the X-Men have never looked better!
More Mutant Couture, After The Jump!