part of your bust.Make sure the tape is
parallel and does not drop in the back
of your waist. Measure arround this point.
Take a deep breath at to allow for ease.
around the fullest part of your hips and rear.
After Six Style 6764
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- After Six Style 6764
- Full length bridesmaid dress
- Modified halter neckline
- Marquis lace bodice
- Fitted silhouette of Lux Chiffon
The Dessy Group was originally known as A & M Rosenthal, established 1939. Our founder Margot Rosenthal is credited with the veil and attendants headpieces in this Modern Bride photo at the Plaza Hotel NYC 1949. In the 1950's, her daughter Ronnie and Ronnie's husband Andrew took over the business and added bridesmaid dresses to the Dessy lines.
Now known as The Dessy Group, the business continues as a leading manufacturer of bridesmaid dresses, social occasion, flowergirls and destination wedding gowns under the labels Dessy Collection, After Six, Alfred Sung, Lela Rose Bridesmaid, Social Bridesmaids, 57 Grand and After Six Wedding.
After Six has remained the largest men's formalwear manufacturer from its inception through today. It all began at the turn of the last century when men going formal wore tails and wing collars. Fast-forward to today and the elegant black tuxedo still sends a message of personal style. But as much as fashions have changed, After Six tuxedos have always meant good times and good taste. Did you know that After Six actually invented tuxedo rentals? Or that the company was the first to bring out a machine-washable tuxedo?
And as if that wasn't enough, After Six signed the first Hollywood star, Tony Martin, to appear in its tuxedos. The company took formalwear to the fights in Atlantic City and also put some of the most famous menswear designer labels into tuxedos, like Oscar de la Renta. That's why over the years when the invitation read 'Black Tie', After Six was there.