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This is a strapless ball gown with a bubble hem and gorgeous rosette detail on the back. It's the perfect mix of classic and modern.
The dress is a lovely shade of champange (not white or ivory).
I comissioned this dress on Etsy after falling in love with a gown I found on Pinterest.
The dress is made from polyester taffeta with a built-in horse hair braid on the back for volume and design shape.
Unfortunately the gown arrived to me in the wrong color! It's already been paid for and I have no choice left but to sell it. I paid $6,000 to have it made, at this point I am just trying to recuperate some money in order to buy another gown so I'm willing to take a loss.
I am the original owner of the gown. My wedding is not until next year. It has never been worn, though I have tried it on twice.
One of the grommets on the inside of the corset needs mending. From the outside however it is not noticeable.
The dress also desperately needs to be steamed so the roses on the back can take their proper shape and blossom! Right now it's quite wrinkled.
The dress is fully lined with built-in crinoline for volume.
I encourage anyone interested to come see the gown in person, I am also willing to travel in order to help out =)