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Dress ID: R/L18-785

Designer: Artistry in Motion

Original Retail Price: $6,000

Purchase Price: $4,100

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 4-6-8

Cup Size: B-C-D

Height Req: 5'6" & Up

Expiration Date: 01/01/2021

Accessories: Neckpiece, (2) Wristbands

 

 

Wild Turkey

This Rhythm Latin Artistry in Motion dress is Wild Turkey. A fabulous and flirty nude dress with white accents. To begin, the dress is sleeveless with nude elastic straps. The right strap has a touch of fluffy feathers adorning it. Furthermore, the front neckline is a combination between a sweetheart neckline and a plunging v-neckline. It has several criss-cross straps connecting the neckline. In contrast, the back of the dress is completely open, with fabric starting at the skirt. The entire dress is made from a champagne nude stretch fabric, with a wonderful white fringe skirt. On both the front and the back, the center of the fringe is longer than the rest, forming a sharp V. Lastly, this dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

Between the fantastic embellishments and accessories that come with this dress, what is there not to love? Firstly, this Rhythm Latin Artistry in Motion dress has a multitude of Swarovski crystals. A mixture of specialty large Swarovski stones in a tear drop shape, as well as, Swarovski crystals in AB and Crystal Bronze, heavily outline the front and back neckline. Additionally, the entire dress has Swarovski crystals in those colors, as well as, Light Colorado Topaz. Bronze, opal, and white pearls intertwine with the crystals. Finally, this dress comes with accessories including a neckpiece and two wristbands. Who wouldn’t want the neckpiece that comes with this dress?!

Birds of a feather stick together. This feathery trend boldly took flight and is here to stay. On the red carpet, Adwoa Aboah wore a sunflower yellow and black floral Erdem suit, reminiscent of radiant goldfinch in the height of summer. Similarly, Leila George wore an Oscar de la Renta gown that interpreted this trend quite literally. Victorian illustrations of birds decorated the luxurious bunches of fabric. With a hint of a feather, this trend beautifully carries over to the world of ballroom dresses.