Flapper dresses and Gatsby (deco) styles are still hot due to our obsession with Downton Abbey. Wear your drop-waist dresses with pride. Drink champagne and kick ass. Read updated article with pics from 2015: http://www.boomerinas.com/2013/06/26/flapper-fashion-trend-for-parties-cruises-weddings/
Love the Art Deco inspiration of this Adrianna Papell Gown - Square Neck Cap Sleeve Open Back Beaded - the ombre effect at the bottom is a lovely touch. The overall detail to the sequins and beads is phenomenal.
Backless Velvet Wedding Gown, 1930, 1920, Art Deco, Vintage Inspired,... ($800) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring dresses, gowns, long velvet dress, velvet gown, long red dress, red backless dress and long red gown
Satin - this gorgeous dress is made of satin, almost definitely silk satin charmeuse. Satin, however is not a fabric, it is a weave. Satin is created by weft yarns which float over 4 or more warp yarns, resulting in the signature sheen associated with satin. Silk and synthetic fibers will create much shinier satins than say cotton (which can be, and is, used in satin weaves), and is usually what people are referring to when they say satin, though sometimes they really just mean to say silk.