Dress comes in a warm ivory hue that plays well off its beading detail. A-line skirt is flowy without getting in the way while you walk. Deep V-neckline is universally flattering. Zipper blends in well with the back of the gown. Lining and seams don't chafe skin.
The dress is heavy. Not everyone likes where the waistline hits them.
Rounded halter neckline accentuates the shoulders. Keyhole cutout adds a contemporary touch and isn't too revealing. Bottom of the gown is easy to hem compared to other styles. Ivory hue pairs well with gold- or silver-tone jewelry.
Some wearers needed to size up given the gown's rather narrow cut.
Lightweight design that is popular for outdoor weddings. Versatile design that can go glam or stay simple. Strappy design gives the dress a refreshed appearance. Side ruching accentuates the waist and creates an hourglass silhouette.
Zipper is very noticeable. Longer hem, so it's common for wearers to need alterations.
Waist is appreciated for its simple, flat styling that lends itself to elaborate belts or sashes. One-shoulder style is sophisticated and modern. One of the few wedding gowns that can be worn to other formal events given its chic simplicity.
One-shoulder style may limit jewelry choices. Some may find the side zipper irritating.
Structured A-line style that flatters curves. Wearers like how the boat neckline spills into a deep V at the back of the gown. Easy to match belts or sashes. Sweetheart detail under the bodice adds a romantic, elegant touch to the gown.
With the lace overlay and structured design, some wearers size up.
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