The Decadent Vintage 1920s

by Heidi Waring on 26 August 2014

Maisie

Sunday started with a beautiful sunny morning so we decided to share a little love and joy with Day 5 of our Facebook feature, 7 Days of Iscoyd Park, focusing on our newest collection of Charlotte Balbier dresses. This time it was the turn of the lovely Maisie, a stunning silky lace wedding dress perfect for lovers of vintage inspired dresses of any age and size. With an intricate lace top and elegant skirt, she really is a vintage lovers dream.

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