Thursday, February 21, 2013

Oscar Worthy Gowns, 1930's - 1950's

"Golden Gala" Madra Lord pairs an OOAK black wool crepe gown from The Couture Touch with the green sequin jacket from Integrity's "It's a Wrap" costume for an elegant and sophisticated evening ensemble.  Purse from PD Root, cigarette holder from Mystyna, shoes from Integrity.  Highlighting the plunging neckline is a "diamond" dress clip made from a pair of Facets by Marcia earrings.

"Sunset Serenade" Violet Waters pairs the top from D.A.E. Originals' "Star Maker" costume with the skirt from Ashton Drake's "Jackpot" evening suit for a drop dead gorgeous costume.  Fur from Dimitha, bird cocktail hat and cigarette holder from The Couture Touch, gloves from PD Root, jewelry and shoes from Integrity.

"Special Scene" Madra Lord accents the gown from "Dream Sequence" with the pink sash from Ashton Drake's "Moments to Remember".  Embroidered gloves from "Triumph" and jewelry from "Rondelet" complete the stunning evening ensemble.  "Dream Sequence", "Triumph", and "Rondelet" are all from Integrity.

Credits:  Monolithic Studios' stars Miss Madra Lord and Miss Violet Waters are from Integrity.  Telephone from Ashton Drake's "A Hot Day in Hollywood" Accessory Set, table from CED.


  1. How gorgeous, Melissa! Fantastic combinations and photos. Always a pleasure and inspiration!!! Megin

  2. Thanks so much Megin! I always appreciate your lovely comments. Haven't had much time to post on SC but I lurk and have been enjoying your wonderful combinations. Melissa

  3. Hi Melissa! Thank you! I've been doing more and more combinations, inspired by you! The board is very slow now, so you haven't missed much. Possibly the introduction of a new Gene (we think?) at Mel's luncheon will breathe some life into Gene for some folks. Are you interested in Gene 3.0? I'm holding judjment, but I really like both AD and IT's facial screening, so the new Gene will have to be just as pretty. We'll see. I wish I could attend the Mel luncheon....but it's so far for me (I live in Portland, Oregon) and I'd be traveling alone, so I think I'll skip this event. I'd love to see Mel, so I hope there will more events in the future!