Vintage prom dress – styling for a wedding shoot

One of the things that we do a lot of at Circa is hire to professional groups: film makers, TV, costumers, photographers, stylists etc – I love it because they good care of the garments and then we get to see them out and about in the media as well as go to good homes later.

It’s also great for them, because they don’t need to buy the garments and they don’t need to worry about what to do with them after they’re finished.

Currently in the shop we have a number of ’60s-70s garments that were used in the recent Fred Schepisi film “Eye of the Storm” and we also have this ’50s frock, that appeared in a wedding dress shoot by local photographer Sally Goodall.

Model is Eszter from Kitty’s Drawing’s blog – Esz is also pretty good at whipping up frocks from vintage patterns and has fabulous toffee-apple hair. He’s cute too.

All photographs courtesy Sally Goodall – gorgeous pics, Sally, thank you for letting us use them.

This frock is now back in stock and available for sale – you can try it on in the Fitzroy shop for a short time or see it online with all the measurements. Beautiful frock, needing a good home.

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2 comments

  1. Gorgeous frock! And photographed on the side of Mt Tarrengower at Maldon, maybe? That looks like our dried out poor old horizon! Happy New Year, too. Hugs, xxxx

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