a. A woman modeling a bridal dress. Description on the back of the reads: "June 27, 1943. Bundles for Brides. Organdy Bride...For Spring and Summer, the bride favors cool, crisp organdy. This one, with its effective eyelet trim, is news because of the matching eyelet cap with organdy shoulder veil. Sleeves are long, tight at the wrist and slightly puffed." Al Blunk Collection, The Filson Historical Society.
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Back of photo reads: Bundles for Brides. Enchanting? One of the reasons why the groom is usually the forgotten man at a wedding is that the bride manages to look so lovely. Who is going to waste a glance on a man when something so ethereally beautiful is available? This gown from “The Tailored Woman” is of white cotton dotted Swiss. The pointed basque bodice is trimmed with starched lace ruffles, matching the ruffles on her bonnet. 1943: Al Blunk Collection, The Filson Historical Society.
Vintage Bride, Circa 1920s-1930s, Credit: Library of Congress
Mariages Rétro: Les mariés d'autrefois: années 20 et 30
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