11.02.2009

Aisle Style-150 Years of Wedding Fashions

Last weekend Mr. Encore and I headed to Charleston, SC to hang out in what was our last weekend together for a while. I dragged him to the Charleston Museum where the Aisle Style exhibit was on display. The exhibit was a nice size and had many original gowns from the 1800's. I learned that many of these gowns were handmade in France, most were two pieces because it was perfectly acceptable to wear your gown again with a more simple top during the first year of marriage. Also, as we know colored gowns were popular at the time as well and they had a few on display. The exhibit will be on display until June 30, 2010, stop by if you're in Charleston.

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All photos taken by me

For more information please stop by the Charleston Museum website!

2 comments:

Sweet Harvey said...

Wow, that is completely amazing! It is so interesting how styles change and reappear. Great stuff!

Encore Bride said...

Thank you, as a fashion design major I was totally into the history of these gowns!

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