We’ve made so many Mary’s that we’re starting to lose count. This favourite style has the same flattering V neck which works wonders on bigger busted women by breaking up the bust line and ¾ sleeves to keep you in proportion.
The delicate illustrative botanical print features vibrant red petals and muted green stems against the palest of grey backgrounds.
Pair with a hint of bling and it’s perfect for weddings and end of year cocktail parties or dress it down with white or silver relaxed Rosie pants for warm Summer days.
This dress is the epitome of femininity. We envisage gliding into a party and watching the heads turn to gaze upon the soft floating tiers of delicate blue silk. This style is an Aline cut.
The sheerness of the silk means you get a soft silhouette as it smudges the outline of the figure, and provides some camouflage to tummies
The length allows you to play further with it – whether it’s self-tying a section offset at the waist, or even belted for those who want to show off the figure a little more.
This style is maxi length, has a flattering gathered scoop neckline and ¾ sleeve with a gathered flair finish that reflects the gentle gathers of the tiers.
The Mary is a flattering style with both its deep V neck to break up the bust and its ¾ sleeve providing some arm cover. The front and back panel gathering combined with the longer back hemline adds to its elegance. The sheer silk chiffon creates a “smudged “silhouette when worn over a Madison sleeveless slip in either short or midi length.
The dress can be worn as a top and layered with either a Rosie tube skirt or ¾ pants to provide more camouflage of knees
Silk has properties like hair and will flatten after wearing for 10 mins – and like hair can become static – which can be alleviated with a spray of Statique (available from supermarkets)