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Dress ID: R/L16-727

Designer: Donna Inc

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $4,100

Rental Price: $300

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 4-6-8

Cup Size: A-B-C

Height Req: None

Expiration Date: 01/01/2022

Accessories: Earrings (Pierced), (4) Bracelets



Jet Stream

This Rhythm Latin Donna Inc ballroom dress is Jet Stream. A little black dress with amazing stonework and corset-like details. To begin, this dress is made from a black stretch fabric. It has black elastic straps for sleeves. The bodice looks similar to a neckline or bustier. For example, both the front and back neckline, have plunging V-necklines, that lace up like a corset. The bodice is form fitting while the skirt is loose and flowy. Furthermore, it is a high-low skirt, with the front being slightly shorter than the back. To conclude, this dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

The intricate stonework on this dress is impeccable! Jet Hematite and AB Swarovski crystals adorn every centimeter, from the elastic straps to the hem. Firstly, the bodice primarily has AB crystals. They vary in size and shape including large specialty teardrop and ravioli crystals. Jet Hematite forms lines like seams, and swirls in between the AB stones. Additionally, the entire skirt has Jet Hematite crystals evenly spaced throughout. They add dimension to the black fabric, and make sure every inch of the dress shines. This Rhythm Latin Donna Inc comes with accessories including earrings and bracelets! Best thing about this dress, it is a rental!

Corsets, a fashion garment that everyone is familiar with, but has quite the controversial history. Originally, corsets were worn as undergarments, and were worn so tightly that it deformed women’s bodies. In the 1960’s and 70’s corsets were thrown out and replaced with women fighting for liberation. Recently, they have made a comeback, more daring than ever. Rather than as undergarments, they have become the focal point of outfits. Women are standing up, speaking out, and dressing how they please. The corset no longer stands for confinement, but for a strong independent woman!