As seen on TV! Flashback to the 2006 Video Music Awards on MTV. Panic at the Disco wins Video of the Year for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies."
The performance at the awards ceremony prominently features this gown. See for yourself!
is front and center dancing around lead singer, Brendon Urie, a little more than three minutes into the video.
The Civil War era was a time of emerging fashion an style and print gowns were made popular by women of the time. This striking gown is historical
of the Civil War time period and is sure to be enjoyed during an afternoon with close friends. This attractive gown has a hoop-skirted fitted bodice off-the shoulder appearance. The bodice is piped in coordinating solid, and that color is continued again at the sleeve ruffle and separate underskirt. The overskirt of the dress has ruching along the hem. The underskirt has rows of ruching and is finished with a wide ruffle at the hem. The underskirt is not attached to the dress so can be worn separately as a skirt with one of your blouses, jackets, or camisoles. Hand wash gently or Dry clean. 100% cotton calico. Priced separately are the hat, choker, and hoop that the model is wearing. Designed and made proudly by Recollections in America!
You pick the print for the dress, then the solid cotton color for the trim and underskirt.