“She wore the green of her House, deep bottle-green ballgown, grand and beautiful.”
“By fashion standards, Alberta Ferretti's eyelash pleat dress on TV personality Cat Deeley and Monique Lhuillier's rose-covered ballgown, modeled by Garcelle Beauvais, were standouts.”
“Appropriately, given the occasion and the wearer, the pattern was destroyed, allowing Edith Roosevelt a one-of-a-kind ballgown. 1909 saw Mrs. Helen Taft in “one of the handsomest models ever seen in Washington.””
“If you want to grow a beard and wear a ballgown; you should be able to do it!”
“Her ballgown had once been beautiful but was now dirty, with beads hanging off of it in strings.”
“With a big dress or ballgown, you cannot have a big bag, so go with a smaller, minaudière style," she says.”
“The white-feather, silver-beaded ballgown or the sheer illusion gown strategically covered with red lace would make for a grand awards-show entrance.”
“With commodious pockets," they warned, "instead of looking sleek and classical, you'll look like someone squeezed the Michelin Man into a ballgown.”
“It's about as lucky as a self-harming princess's black ballgown; surely nobody is unsuperstitious enough to wear it for their own wedding?”
“On the so-called Green Hill, her half-sister and fellow festival head Eva Pasquier-Wagner has donned a ballgown to attend the live version of Tankred Dorst's production, and the 2,000 opera-goers who spill out of the Festspielhaus following the six-hour marathon, for which they have paid an average of?”
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