A-line skin moves naturally as you walk. Padded bust gives wearers the option to forgo bras or shapewear. Slimming design. Gives wearers an hourglass silhouette. Material is somewhat wrinkle-resistant.
Only available in one color. Some feel it's too close in color to blush wedding gowns.
Back zipper is discreet and virtually undetectable. Available in eight colors. A-line silhouette with a flowy chiffon skirt. Wearers agree it's a lightweight design that is comfortable enough for all-day wear.
Hemline is rather long, so it's not recommended for shorter wearers.
Can be worn as a one-shoulder, cross-shoulder, or shrug gown. Pleated front is slimming on wearers and falls nicely. Available in seven solid colors. Can be worn to future events.
Doesn't follow number sizing, so some wearers may need to to try on multiple sizes.
Modified halter neckline gives the shoulders an attractive silhouette. Hidden pockets add a unique, practical touch to the design. Dress pairs nicely with a fancy shrug or shawl. Comfortable for sitting, standing, or dancing.
Only available in three colors, two of which are blue. Hemline may come up short.
Zipper closure is hidden with the draped back. Narrow skirt echoes a column design but gives wearers a bit more room. Easy to dress up the gown with sashes, jewelry, or brooches. Design accentuates and flatters the waistline.
Some wearers may feel the plunging neckline is a bit too revealing.
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