since dievca has worn a sweeping Nightgown for her Master. This 1930’s Elegant Nightgown Vintage Pattern would be lovely to recreate. Too bad dievca doesn’t have a sewing machine. She’ll just have to wear something vintge-like from her lingerie closet (Mary Green Silk Nightgown in Red):
“She is the queen of lingerie” VANITY FAIR ITALY
Lingerie Conquers All
dievca has two of the 1940’s Burnout Satin Gowns with beading (Peach and Pale Blue) and one Burnout Satin Cheongsam Gown (Black).
The gowns are cut on the bias for a fabulous fit.
The 40’s Gown was featured on Oprah’s “O” List.
dievca can attest to the beauty, glamour, and comfort offered by Mary Green Lingerie. Keep an eye out for the brand — your Sir will be struck silent by your classic beauty and your efforts to source presentation clothing, ethically.
Plus, the gowns are fun to dance in. XO
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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi,
in The House of Representatives
The Congressional Record, June 20, 2008
Article from SFGate: Mary Green keeps low profile with lingerie company
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