These dresses have caught my eye.
This first one (on the left) is the Crystal dress (found here.)
I love that this one is nice enough to wear to a wedding, but I am also likely to wear it again (for work, perhaps?).
It's also the first non-black dress that I found.
To quote from the page :
"Vintage Reproduction Dresses - The "Crystal" Navy and White Satin 40's Dress by Bettie Page Clothing -Vintage Reproduction Dresses - The "Crystal" Navy and White Satin 40's Dress by Bettie Page Clothing - Pinup Girl Clothing is thrilled to present to you Bettie Page Clothing, a fantastic dresses and separates brand that embodies purist vintage reproduction like no other, using high quality fabrics, and featuring impeccable design and construction, and fabulous fit! Curvy modern pinup girls and stylish vixens alike will love the classic design of Bettie page Clothing. The amazing "Crystal" dress is made from a high quality bengaline and features a beautiful satin collar, buttons and pleat details. Available Now in sizes Small through 2x!"
This next one (on the right) is the Rita swing dress (found here).
This one appeals slightly more. We'll start off with, it's black and white. Secondly, its nice enough to wear to a wedding, but also casual enough to wear almost all summer, too.
Again, to quote from the website, "The Rita Dress in Black & White Polka Dot By Pinup Couture - Available Now! - Inspired by the recent remake of "Stepford Wives", our Spring 2008 dress collection is fun, flirty, and very feminine. Featuring fitted, cleavage-enhancing bodices, full circle skirts, and fantastic fit (Model Heidi says that this collection is the most comfortable, and best fitting, to date!), these dresses are perfect for any occasion - from weddings, to dates, to, well, standing in line at the post office!
This fantastic swing dress is made from a comfy stretch poplin (a cotton/spandex blend) from Pinup Couture's exclusive fabric design, and features a halter bodice with a beautiful back tie (see inset), a back zipper, and a full circle skirt."
Let me know your thoughts, 'mkay?