Background: Macramé is a form of textile-making that uses knotting instead of weaving or knitting to make… stuff. In the 1970s, people were making decorative macramé owls, macramé toilet paper cozies, and even stuff like this. Yes, yes, I know macrame lace is a different animal, not at all like your gram’s owl with the knobby wooden eyeballs and the rough branch for a perch. But still. Shall we call this 1970s chic, perhaps?
I wish these Rosa Clara wedding dresses were shown in color – or at least with more contrast – so we could see some serious detail. As it is, I’m picturing not gram’s owl, but rather gram’s closet, with the exception of the last dress since gram didn’t so strapless. Still, I’m kind of loving the first one, but for the silhouette rather than the materials. It’d be sweet if I could get that wedding dress without the overlay, but with the short sleeves. I’m not feeling the other two, however, though I don’t know that I’d go as far as saying I hate them.
What say you?