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The forerunner of the typical Spanish “flamenco costume” is found in the eighteenth century working clothes worn by peasants and gypsies at livestock markets. These women wore modest, ruffled calico gowns to work. Over the years two or three ruffles finishing the bustle became the fashion. See map of Spanish traditional dress at www.floatingpenguin.co.uk/from-humble-to-worldwide.htm

New York's annual flamenco celebration, now in its year, features mesmerizing performances with renowned dancers and musicians direct from Andalusia, Spain Feb 19 - 2009

HARRY | 1st BALL | The shape of the dress is perfect for what I envisioned, except for the chest detail and in the leg part it has some ornament.

A Elegance Wine Red Maxi Dress. in case I go to any more military balls - Wine Red Off The Shoulder Maxi Dress

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This is the shop for Maxi Dresses and is part of the Dress Up section of our hand selected collection of currently available dresses

Ralph Lauren...love the dress, I could do without the matador jacket...

Natasha Poly Models Spanish, Flamenco Style for Vogue Russia May 2013 by Patrick Demarchelier

Carmen and Torero Natasha Poly photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Russia May 2013