Evening Wear

In homage to St George’s Day, we thought it fitting to celebrate GC’s English roots and the pride we take in our luxury British-made fashion.


The UK is celebrated for it’s bespoke tailoring expertise, as found on the famous Jermyn Street and Savile Row in London, and Gorgeous Couture is no exception. Offering an exclusive made to measure service, where each and every garment is designed, pattern-cut and hand-finished by our award-winning in-house design team, all of our designs are expertly handmade from the finest Italian jersey fabric by our highly skilled designers at our Manchester based atelier.








Our bespoke service means that your garment will be made to your exact measurements, ensuring a unique fit. With 30+ colours, Swarovski Elements and designs to suit all occasions you can create your perfect look, guaranteeing that no one else is wearing the same at your occasion (surely every woman of style’s worst nightmare!?).




In true British style, we take pride in every step of our service. Along with making sure you look fabulous, we can make your conscience feel fabulous too with the knowledge that our garments are produced 100% sweat-shop free, right here in the UK with a minimal carbon footprint. The longest journey our garments will make will be from our atelier to your doorstep, arriving on a velvet touch flock hanger in a keepsake box.






If you would like to order using our made to measure service, simply call 0845 123 6061, where our team will be happy to help at every stage.


Happy St George’s Day!


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Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes at GC? Here we give you an exclusive insight into what went on at our photo shoot last week- you might even spy a new style or two!



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Hosting some of the biggest and oldest design houses in the world, Paris’s ready-to-wear offering was as impressive as it was vast. The A/W ’14 collections certainly didn’t disappoint in terms of variety, presenting directional colour palettes and statement dresses. As seen at London and Milan, a common trend was bright colours popping out from greys, blacks and subdued Autumn shades, creating a spectrum suited to many tastes and styles. Evening wear was a glamorous mix of silky maxi-dresses with dramatic splits and plunging necklines, complemented with statement minis and a host of cool jumpsuits.



The Chanel’s couture supermarket catwalk was a personal highlight from the week (who wouldn’t love a cupboard full of Chanel groceries?!) and we were also excited to see that some of our favourite colours and styles will be strong next season. We have highlighted some notable key pieces and trends from the week here:




Berry shades were often seen with teal throughout many collections. A more vibrant take on burgundy that has been present for the past few winters, it creates a dramatic impact for evening looks. Elie Saab favoured merlot maxis whilst Giambattista Valli’s collection never ventured below the knee. Look out for more berry colours hitting the GC site next season.




Lanvin’s dark and mysterious collection featured midnight blue looks from start to finish, we particularly loved the elegant, silky maxi dresses. Stella McCartney contrasted midnight blues and cobalt in this draping mini dress. Shop midnight blue and cobalt styles now.




Not a colour you would expect to see in a winter collection, tropical coral has been leaping from the catwalks, contrasting with conservative seasonal shades. It was seen amongst greys, whites and
blacks at Victor & Rolf and as part of a bright collection at Christian Dior. Shop tropical and light coral styles.




Dramatic, thigh high splits are ready to make a statement next season. Seen on many styles at Elie Saab and at John Galliano, you can get the look with our maxi styles here.

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