The name "Gunne Sax" is often associated with its' 1970s prairie, Victorian and Edwardian styled designs which drew on many elements popular in late-19th and early-20th century American fashion such as lace, gingham, and calico. The company was named after the "gunny sack" or burlap trim used on some of the earlier dresses. - source
I don't think I'll ever tire of a good Gunne Sax dress. Not easily found in these parts, but always worth searching for. When I find the perfect maxi length cream one, we'll renew our vows. It's my dream wedding dress. The search continues, with some favorites collected in the Lune Vintage Pinboard - Vintage Gunne Sax Dresses.