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Dress ID: R/L17-755

Designer: Designs to Shine

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $3,200

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 0-2-4

Cup Size: C-D-DD

Height Req: None

Expiration Date: 02/01/24

Accessories: (2) Armbands, (2) Wristbands

Life’s A Party

Life’s a Party, a Rhythm Latin Designs to Shine dress that is ready to dance on the ballroom floor! To begin, the base layer of the dress is a nude stretch fabric. It creates the form fitting bodysuit, that the rest of the dress design is built upon. Secondly, a royal purple fabric makes the bust. Several straps of purple and green ribbon drape from the bust. Furthermore, the skirt is made from a lustrous green fabric. It ruches at the hips, has a side slit on the front, and finishes with a purple trim. Features of the dress include elastic straps for sleeves, a v-neckline on the front, an open back, and built-in bra cups.

The embellishments on this Rhythm Latin Designs to Shine ballroom dress are immaculate. Firstly, top of the line crystals in AB, as well as various blues, greens, and purples shine brightly all over the ballroom dress. Including specialty large ravioli crystals. They adorn the elastic straps, bodice, ruching on the skirts, and the purple trim on the hem. Additionally, appliqués hug the front neckline, like vines intertwining. On the back of the dress, appliqués that look like peacock feathers embellish the top of the skirt. Lastly, it comes with two wristbands and two armbands to show off arm work.

The bird phenomenon relies on the art of suggestion –  it can also simply be a skirt in peacock hues or a dress with feathery accents that catches in the wind. Dolce & Gabbana took this trend quite literally, with toucans embroidered on the shoulders of blazers, and parrots taking flight on dresses. Our dress, Life’s a Party, mimics the coloration found on a peacock, as well as, having feather-like appliqués forming a tail feather.  Catch a flight and let this trend leave you floating on the ballroom floor.