Soutache Applique V-Neck Dress
Only a Hungarian born Parisian abstract painter turned journalist turned dead eye photographer could capture the essence of Paris at night.
In 1930, Brassaï surely would have found you standing under a gas lamp, barely lit, tapping your heel on the cobblestone, the wind gently blowing the endless layers of your dress.
“I saw you at the cafe and you were boring. Now you’re all soutache’d and sultry.”
Off to Chez Bricktop where the creatives await their new muse.
Zelda will be jealous but she’ll come around.
The Soutache Appliqué V-Neck Dress (No. 5143). Fit and flare style. Lower calf length. Nylon netting with paisley shaped soutache appliqués. Dress is fully lined in a sensual nude satin. Sweetheart neckline with double layer netting at shoulders creating a V-neckline. Narrow black velvet trim at waist seam. Vertical bust darts. Boning inside bodice. The skirt is three layers (nude satin lining, black netting and soutache netting overlay). Netting at back shoulders creates a V-neckline in back that is slightly lower than front. Invisible zipper with hook and eye closure at center back.