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Dress ID: R/L18-796

Designer: Elle Dance Studio

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $4,100

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 2-4-6

Cup Size: Any

Height Req: 5'6" & Up

Expiration Date: 01/01/2021

Accessories: None

 

 

Ivory Coast

This Rhythm Latin Elle Dance Studio ballroom dress is, Ivory Coast. A two tone dress in wonderful white and champagne nude. Firstly, the thick straps of the dress are made from a sheer nude mesh. They make a V-neckline on both the front and back. The bodice changes into a white stretch jersey fabric. It is asymmetrical with the white jersey ending in a point facing the left. Furthermore, the flounce skirt is made up of two layers, the bottom layer being a nude knit fabric, with the top a white fishnet. The nude is visible underneath the white fishnet. The hem is asymmetrical with the left being longer than the right. Lastly, the dress has an invisible zipper down the center back with built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

The Swarovski crystals on this Rhythm Latin Elle Dance Studio dress give it demure and sophistication. To begin, the top of the shoulders have large specialty Swarovski stones. The nude mesh has Swarovski crystals in Light Colorado topaz shining brightly. Similarly, the white bodice of the dress has large specialty Swarovski crystals, as well as stones sparkling in AB and Crystal. The sweetheart neckline and hem of the white fabric have thick rows of stones, creating an outline. Additionally, the fishnet has AB crystals adorning it.

Netting was once only used for accessorizing an outfit, or not used at all, but now it can be seen as a focal point on garments. From dresses made entirely of netting, to fishnet blouses. Dolce & Gabbana paired playful embroidery animals on materials with a sharp contrast, including netting in their Summer line. Secondly, famed model Cara Delevingne wore a dress alternating between vertical rows of nude panels and black fishnet. Get caught in the movement, and bring this trend to the ballroom floor!