Off-the-shoulder A-Line with Side-draped bodice Style 9T9861
David's Bridal Woman
This item is available in stores and online.*
Side-draped bodice and off-the-shoulder neckline create a long, elegant look.
*Special Value: Was $449.00; Now $299.99! (final selling price; no additional discount may be applied).
An open neckline with fabric resting on shoulders to showcase the collarbone and shoulders.
Train that extends one and a third yards (about 4 feet) from the waist.
A dress with a fitted bodice that gradually flares from the waist. A-line styles are flattering for all women.
A smooth fabric often used in bridal gown design because of its exquisite drape.
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Lovin' My Dress Being a new bride, I was uncertain of the style of gown I wanted to wear for my wedding coming up in October. I visited DB and my consultant was as patient and helpful as she went above and beyond to make sure I was satisfied when I walked out of the store. Since I didn't know exactly what I wanted, she asked if I would allow her to choose some gowns for me and of course, I said "yes". I tried on one other before this gown and after I tried this one on, I immediately fell in love with it!! I love the way it accentuates the positive and hides the negatives. I am very excited and nervous about my big day and I know I am going to be a beautiful bride!! August 22, 2010
PERFECT DRESS!!! I LOOOOOOVVVEEE this dress! Didn't try on any dresses after this one. It fit well anyway, but it really makes my waist look smaller! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! May 19, 2010
Awesome Dress! This was the first dress I tried on and it was perfect. Simple and elegant, no beading etc... Just what I was looking for. Can't wait to spend my big day in this dress! May 10, 2010
Absolutely Stunning when i put the dress on i felt amazing, like a princess... without over doing it. it's perfect for a small simple wedding, like the one i'm planning, but also good for a huge elegant wedding. one thing i noticed is that it's hard to put your hands straight up about your head... but how often are you going to do that? you can move your arms comfortably just enough to do the YMCA! May 8, 2010
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