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Dress ID: R/L19-858-QS

Designer: Designs to Shine

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $2,900

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 0-2-4

Cup Size: A-B-C

Height Req: None

Expiration Date: 01/01/2021

Accessories: None

 

 

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Dare to stand out, in this Designs to Shine Rhythm Latin dress! To begin, the bodice is made from a stretch knit fabric in a sky blue. It features a halter neckline. The back of the dress is open with several strappy details with hook and eye closures. Furthermore, the front of the dress has a keyhole detail at the center of the waist, right below the neckline. Several chiffon scarves in a matching blue start at the waist, and continue downwards creating the skirt. Likewise, the cascading scarves are slightly sheer, gently showing underneath. Sections of the skirt have blue fringe, that intertwine and move with the scarves as the dress dances. Lastly, it has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

The embellishments on this Designs to Shine Rhythm Latin dress are truly one of a kind! On the front of the dress, Swarovski crystals create an abstract image of a bird’s face. On the right bust and shoulder, the face connects to several gold appliqués that give the illusion of 3-D feathers. Rows of Swarovski crystals mimic the colors used on the face, and create feather-like motifs on the dress. Specialty large AB Swarovski crystals, as well as Tangerine, Blue Zircon, Capri AB, and more sparkle on this dress. Even each and every strap on the back glitters with crystals.

Fashionistas are using feathery plume to pull together looks that are feminine, fun, and fanciful. The bird phenomenon relies on the art of suggestion – while it can be an embroidered swallow dipping along the hem of a gown, it can also simply be a dress in peacock hues. Giambattista Valli, portrays this illusion with a white slip dress acting as the canvas for feathery accents along the collar, hem, and wrist. Another minty, cascading gown evoked the illusion of wings, much like a cerulean warbler.