The fabulous prom dress features wide shoulder straps and asymatrical / fishtail hem. Dazzling attachments beautifully adorns the neckline as well as the waistline. Elegant pleats smooth over the bust area, making a great fit on your bust and an empire waist. The dress elegantly cascades over your hips and thighs, and ends above your knees at front, while the hem extending into train at back. The mini dress length allows you to show a significant amount of your great legs. The backless rear view adds extra sensuality to this gorgeous mini dress. The dress has an invisible zipper at the center back making it fit smoothly all around your body. The fabric of this dress is soft and very luxurious. Perfect for adding feminine style on formal occasions! Don't miss out! And an exquisite purse may go well with the dress.
Please kindly note that due to different batch and handwork, some embellishment, printing would be slight different between the picture and the dress you received.
- Silhouette: Asymmetrical
- Neckline: Shoulder straps
- HemlineTrain: Knee-length
- Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
- Fabric: Silk Satin
- Embellishment: Beading, ruffle
- Color: Shown as picture (color and style representation may vary by monitor.)
- Size: L
- Notice: This dress should be washed by hand. Please do not dry clean.
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|How to Measure|
|Bust||Waist||Hips||Hollow to Hem|
Not your bra size! Take the tape around your back and bring it across the fullest part of your bust. Your arms should be relaxed, down at your sides. You must wear a bra when taking this measurement.
This is the smallest part of your waist. Typically it`s an inch or so above your belly button. Also known as the natural waistline.
|This is the widest part of your hips, across the hipbone. Measurement is taken approximately 7 inches below the natural waistline. This measurement is not needed for full gowns.||
This is the length from your hollow ( the hollow just under your neck ) to your heels. (Take the tape from your front, with bare foot ). You should stand upright and your feet should keep together.
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