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Dress ID: S/S19-918-QS

Designer: Alisa Mandel

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: SOLD

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Smooth

Size: 0-2-4

Cup Size: A-B-C

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

Expiration Date: 12/01/2022

Accessories: Neckpiece, (2) Full Sleeves

Sea Maiden

Sea Maiden, an Alisa Mandel Smooth ballroom gown that will take you on an adventure! A gorgeous ethereal ballroom dress. The bodice is made of two fabrics. Firstly, a stretch knit fabric in a dewy green with a mossy print. Secondly, sea green fishnet that is lined by the nude bodysuit. The mossy fabric makes up the thick straps, sweet heart neckline, center front bodice, and the top portion of the skirt. The fishnet creates side panels, as well as the majority of the back bodice. Furthermore, the skirt of the dress is made from several chiffon godets. The chiffon is several colors including mint green, sky blue, and light teal. Lastly, the dress has built in bra-cups.

The embellishments on this Alisa Mandel ballroom gown match the dewy and fresh feel of the stunning dress! To begin, premium European crystals in AB and various blue adorn the ballroom dress. The add texture and look like water droplets on the already dewy-like fabric. Similarly, sparkling crystals shine on the fishnet in a matching color. Additionally, a trim starts at the sweetheart neckline, and wraps to the back of the dress. It is worn like a sash and is made from several ribbons matching the chiffon in the skirt. It also has crystals and beautiful beading. Last but not least, this dress also comes with accessories!

From the fabric choice to the usage of embellishments, this dress has a fresh feel. Morning dew on the mossy seaside cliffs on a summer morning. Thierry Mugler created the mirage that was Kim Kardashian dripping wet. She wore a latex corset with beaded crystal fringe that looked as if they were drops of water. Apply this trend by wearing this dress on the ballroom floor, creating dewy ballroom make-up, or slicking back your ballroom hair.