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Dress ID: R/L16-710

Designer: Jordy

Original Retail Price: $7,000

Purchase Price: $3,900

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 0-2

Cup Size: B-C-D

Height Req: 5'5" & Up

Expiration Date: 01/01/2022

Accessories: Hairpiece, Armband, (4) Wristbands



BaDa Bing

This Jordy Rhythm Latin ballroom dress is a show stopper! It is made of a light weight stretch knit in an electrifying neon pink. It is asymmetrical with large crystal stones and sequins in silver encompassing the dress. We know you will receive plenty of compliments wearing our dress, BaDa Bing!

There are so many exciting features on this dress! It has a neckpiece with large AB crystal stones. The neckpiece attaches to the front of the dress. There are pieces of fabric, also with stone work of course, that wrap around the front and back of the dress. Furthermore, the asymmetrical dress features a slant hem, with fringe tassels adorning it from the waist down. One side of the dress features a nude elastic strap with an off the shoulder draped sleeve. The other side is a thick hot pink strap. Additionally, the back of the dress is very open with a deep cowl and several straps with crystals. This dress has a sexy side slit, and shows off a little hip! Lastly, this Jordy Rhythm Latin ballroom dress comes with built-in bra cups and matching accessories.

This dress is an example of nouveau collars. Modern day collars are taking stance in all shapes and sizes. They are asymmetrical, larger than life, and cannot be defined as just one type of collar. Taking this trend for a spin, Kaitlyn Dever’s Dior Haute Couture number was a simple small ruff, making a statement, but barely there. On a different note, Zendaya shone in a hot pink, leathery Tom Ford number with a slightly raised collar — a modern spin on a storied classic. We have plenty of dresses that fit the new collar craze. Take a look at our Spring 2020 Hairpins to Hemlines fashion trend report to find out which!