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Dress ID: S/S18-852-QS

Designer: Unknown

Original Retail Price: $4,500

Purchase Price: $2,700

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Smooth

Size: 2-4-6

Cup Size: C-D-DD

Height Req: 5’5” – 5’8”

Expiration Date: 02/01/24

Accessories: Neckpiece, Earrings (Pierced), (2) Bracelets


Hot pink, classy, and sassy is the definition of this Smooth ballroom dress! To begin the entire dress is magenta, made of several fabrics that match in color. The front of the dress has a halter neckline, that wraps to the back with a hook and eye closure. Furthermore, the front neckline plunges into a deep “V” with several nude elastic straps holding it securely. The back of the dress is open and skin baring, also with nude elastic straps for support. The dress has flowy mesh off-the-shoulder sleeves. A stretch knit fabric makes the for fitting bodice. Several godets create the skirt, with lustrous satin fabric, as well as cascading chiffon scarves. The skirt is voluminous, with glimmering depth as it twirls on the dance floor. Lastly, the pink Smooth ballroom dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

It’s all about sparkle! Top of the line European crystals shine heavily on this dress. On the sides, crystals form the outline of large flowers. The petals reach out onto the bodice on the front and back of the dress. A combination of high end crystals including Fuchsia and AB sparkle on the bodice, as well as shade in the floral motifs. Similarly, large crystals and beads that look like pearls wisp across the dress like a shooting star, creating glittery focal points! Another plus is the dress has gorgeous accessories including a pair of earrings, a neckpiece, and two bracelets.

Fashion Azalea, a flower so beautiful they had to add the word “fashion” in the name. Azaleas are a popular ornamental plant, known as the “Royalty of the Garden.” This is due to their spectacular and larger than life polka dot petals. We have a variety of floral prints to help you blossom on the dance floor. The rose or the azalea? It’s just a matter of preference!