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Dress ID: S/S15-600-QS

Designer: Unknown

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $2,500

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Smooth

Size: 4-6-8

Cup Size: C-D-DD

Height Req: 5'5" - 5'8"

Expiration Date: 9/1/24

Accessories: (2) Detachable Scarves

Teal We Meet Again

Teal We Meet Again, a Smooth dress that you will never want to take off! To begin, a lacy teal fabric is lined by a champagne nude stretch fabric, creating the majority of this ballroom dress. It features off-the-shoulder sleeves. The sleeves are a slim band that hugs the upper arm, leaving the shoulder bare. Nude elastic straps on the shoulders add support. The back of the dress has an open “V” that laces and ties together similarly to a corset. Several godets make the skirt from a lustrous teal satin fabric. The godets create a trumpet shape, full and voluminous. Lastly, the dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

Glitz and glam embellish this Smooth ballroom dress. Firstly, embroidery appliqués adorn the neckline and sleeves. The embroidery is made from a teal thread that matches the same color of the dress. They create elegant winding shapes like a fleur-de-lis. Secondly, crystals sparkle all over the dress. The crystals shine in an iridescent blue. They outline the appliqués and bedazzle the floral lace. Thirdly, the dress has two scarves for accessories. The scarves add a finishing touch to the dress that add irresistible movement!

The floral trend is here to stay! Why do people love it? Because it is always romantic, always classic, and always stunning! On the runway, Rami Kadi names her Fall Winter 2020 collection, “The Temple of Flora,” with each and every piece inspired by flowers. From a lemon yellow taffeta dress with hand painted flowers in every color of the rainbow to an ultra-violet purple gown with 3-D flowers made from plexi glass. Elie Saab shows off a range of sparkly flowers. On a nude dress, thousands and thousands of white sequins were hand sewn to create petals. Tell us which floral trend you love!