The Celia

1950s Havana by Gretchen Dawley

Spaghetti Straps, Sleeveless, Floor Length

This gown is inspired by Celia Cruz who was a Cuban-American salsa singer. Being one of the most popular salsa performers of all time, she rose to fame in the 1950s. After the ascent of Fidel Castro, she left her homeland to live in the United States. Despite her fame across the globe, Castro never let her return to Havana  because of her defiance. This silk crepe high low 3-tier fit and flare spaghetti strap gown w/ criss-cross back detail captures the life and bold personality of the real Celia, who will always be the queen of salsa. 

Found in the Rocky Mountain Region:

Bozeman, MT - Poppy Bride

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