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Dress ID: R/L16-706-QS

Designer: Randall Designs

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $2,800

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 6-8-10

Cup Size: B-C-D

Height Req: 5'5" & Up

Expiration Date: 12/01/2022

Accessories: None

Raspberry Rumble

Show off in this Randall Designs ballroom costume! A fringe-tastic Rhythm Latin dress that will have you feeling your most confident! To begin, the dress is made from a stretch mesh in black. Both of the front and back have v-necklines, however, the back is deep and plunging, showing off the top portion of the back. The bodice shines with metallic circular print that looks like wrenches and screws in silver and magenta. Furthermore, the dress features long sleeves and a drop basque waist. Rows and rows of magenta fringe point downwards following the shape of the basque waist. Lastly, the dress has built-in bra cups, a bodysuit, and an invisible zipper down the center back.

Between the shiny print and dazzling crystals, this Randall Designs ballroom costume will glitter on the dance floor! High end European crystals in AB and Fuchsia outline the circular print on the bodice. Similarly, Jet crystals shine on the black mesh, in between the shiny print as well as the sleeves. More fuchsia crystals sparkle on the hips where the fringe begins. This dress is sure to wind anybody up! Get crankin’ on the ballroom floor, and dance the night away. If you love this dress, you will love the Smooth dress Raspberry Sundae too!

Schiaparelli’s couture collection offers a lesson in the sheer power of shapes, from hands to hearts to rectangles. It’s the use of circles, however, that steals our breaths away this season. So subtle, this trend is far removed from its less innovative and sophisticated little sister, the polka dot. Delicate circle motifs climb up dresses and circular eyelet cutouts peek out from underneath layers of fabric. It’s playful and mysterious, exciting and timeless. This trend excels when translated into the diction of ball gowns. Create trompe l’oeil and optical illusions via swirls of sequins, embroidery, keyhole cutouts, and circular gatherings of fabric.