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Dress ID: S/S17-769-QS

Designer: Unknown

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $2,500

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Standard

Size: 0-2-4

Cup Size: A-B-C

Height Req: 5'4" - 5'7"

Expiration Date: 01/01/2022

Accessories: Neckpiece

 

 

Spearmint

Fall in love with, Spearmint, a jaw dropping Standard ballroom dance costume. This minty green dress makes quite the statement! To begin, a sea foam green lace makes the bodice of the dress. The dress features a scoop neckline on the front and back, long sleeves, and a fit-and-flare silhouette. Several godets create the skirt. Layers of lustrous organza form the godets, with the outer most layer in white, and the layer underneath in a matching mint green. When the skirt twirls, you can see the many layers and colors. Furthermore, floats in the green and white organza start on the back of the dress and reach to the hem of each sleeve. Lastly, the dress has built-in bra cups, a bodysuit, and a zipper on the back.

There’s plenty of glitter on this Standard ballroom dance costume! Firstly, crystal accents trace the shapes of the lace, creating a sparkling motif. They shine everywhere the lace is! Secondly, gold appliqués adorn the dress. The appliqué cinches in the waist, and embellishes the hem of the long sleeves. Crystals in gold and brown, as well as large beads in brown sparkle on the luxe appliqué. Thirdly, the dress has a neckpiece as an accessory. It is made from the same gold appliqué that is used on the dress, and also shines with gorgeous iridescent crystal accents!

Volume, volume, and more volume! Doubling and tripping up on volume creates beautiful skirts with mirages of color whirling across the dance floor. Zuhair Murad plays with volume in their latest collections. Models look like Egyptian Pharaohs with gold pleated fabric forming full floor length skirts and billowing capes. Georges Hobeika creates large skirts so full, they look like hoop skirts. He adds his own personal touch to his designs, fraying the hems and creating tiers of fringe.