Satin Ball Gown with Appliques and Tulle Underlay Style V3179
David's Bridal Collection
This item is available in stores and online.*
This neckline is shaped like the top of a heart and is flattering to the decolletage.
Train that extends one and a third yards (about 4 feet) from the waist.
The ball gown is a classic shape with a fitted bodice and very full skirt that brushes the floor. The pick-up skirt is a modern interpretation of this silhouette.
A popular neckline for brides seeking a stylish and versatile look (offering unlimited jewelry and accessory options).
A decorative fabric design or lace cutout that is applied to another fabric such as a dress, veil or shoes.
A smooth fabric often used in bridal gown design because of its exquisite drape.
A sheer to semi-sheer net fabric often used for skirts and veils. Can also be used as an underskirt to create fullness.
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truly beautiful gown This gown is amazing, I love how it fits me and hugs in all the right places. I also live that it is not the traditional white but a very romantic champagne color. The detail and beading is beautiful. I knew the minute I was a picture online this was the dress for me, and trying it on in store proved me right :). The dress looked gorgeous on me, and I'm not a small girl, but in this gown I felt truly beautiful. I cannot wait to wear it for my special day. I highly recommend this dress to any girl that is looking for something elegant and unique, this gown is sure to please. September 1, 2012
WAY Better in Person!! I tried on probably close to 15 dresses, and this was the last one I tried on. My bridal consultant kept telling me, "just tell me when you want me to stop pulling dresses..." and I told her I felt like I wanted her to keep pulling more--that is, until I tried on this one. I knew it was the one; the instant I stepped out and saw myself in the mirror, I didn't stand there long in front of my family before I took a stroll in front of the wall of mirrors to see how it looked on me. I stood there just admiring it, I felt like a bride, finally. I got the dress in the Champagne color, and I think it goes perfect with my rustic/classic theme--I want a corally/salmon color and a light mint/aqua color for my two main colors, and I think they go GREAT with Champagne--I also want the guys in gray tuxes, so I think it'll just be that added different look I was going for. Overall, I love my dress and I'm SO GLAD I didn't go with the ones I was considering prior to trying this one on. These pictures on here really don't do it justice--it's a completely different experience in-store. :) August 3, 2012
Absolutely gorgeous! This dress was the perfect choice for my wedding. The fit is great for showing some curves, but still has a wonderful traditional feel to it. I loved that I felt like a princess but with a modern twist. I love the asymmetrical draping that the dress has at the bottom. I definitely recommend getting the dress in champagne as opposed to white. The champagne color is a mixture of champagne satin with ivory tulle and appliques. Because there is a difference in color it shows off the details perfectly! This dress was breathtaking and my groom definitely loved it and I would recommend it to anyone :) August 1, 2012
Beautiful dress! This was the fourth dress I tried on. I was still hooked on the first dress I tried on, but my mother and sister said I should try this one on. At first I wasn't hooked on it. But after trying on the first dress again and then trying this one on again, I made my decision! I had to try this dress on in the champagne color, but I ordered it in white! FYI: An A-Line slip works best for this dress! My consultant had me trying this dress on with a ballgown slip. The store manager came over to say how beautiful I looked and said that this dress should have the A-line slip rather than the ballgown slip. She said the ballgown slip made the dress look awkward. I tried this dress on with the A-line slip and it definitely looked better. I posted a picture of the dress with both slips tried on so you can get an idea of what I'm trying to say. :) July 28, 2012
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