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Dress ID: S/S18-863-QS

Designer: Atelier Ella by Marek

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $2,200

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Standard

Size: 0-2

Cup Size: A-B-C

Height Req: 5'2" - 5'5"

Expiration Date: 01/01/2021

Accessories: Neckpiece, Detachable Float with Cuffs



Citrus Peel

Look like a winner in this Atelier Ella by Marek Standard ballroom dress. A stretch knit fabric in an opulent shade of orange makes the dress. The front features a v-neckline, while the back is open with an elegant draping cowl. The dress is a fit-and-flare, that is fitting at the bodice and dramatically flares at the skirt. The skirt is several layers, with a horsehair hem to create a full silhouette. Lastly, the dress has built-in bra cups, a bodysuit, and invisible zipper down the center back.

Embrace your inner sparkle, as well as all the sparkle on thisĀ Atelier Ella by Marek Standard ballroom dress. To illustrate, rows and rows of Swarovski stones in Crystal hug the neckline. On the waist, specialty large crystals encompass the waist with additional crystals radiating around the large stones. Furthermore, Citrine Swarovski crystals sparkle on the rest of the dress. They shine on the bodice and skirt, even down to the hem. Secondly, accessories include a neckpiece and detachable float with cuffs. The voluminous skirt and floats make this dress a Standard. The rich color and gorgeous adorations is what makes this the perfect Standard dress!

Orange is the new black, from Pantone’s Orange Peel to Fanta Orange and everything in between. It is a color full of energy, vibrance, and life. Made to stand out, this bold color is a favorite on the runway. For example, the gentle creamsicle orange used in the sophisticated collection of Emilia Wickstead. She mixes the color with pastel yet vibrant pinks and oranges with the reoccurring theme of crinkle fabric. Prada uses a punchier color of orange, from a traffic cone colored trench coat with large palm leaf stamps to another trench coat in a silky fiery hue. Orange you glad about this vibrant trend?