Satin Ball Gown with Appliques and Tulle Underlay Style V3179
David's Bridal Collection
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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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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
PERFECT! I loved this dress the moment I put it on. I tried on others, but came back to this one. It wasn't what I had thought I would ever pick, but it was just perfect. I purchased it in white. I loved it even more than the champagne. I got married June 30, 2012 and received so many compliments on my dress. I felt beautiful in it and my now husband absolutely loved it! July 25, 2012
Every store needs to have an Ivory dress sample! I ordered my dress in Ivory after only being able to try on the champagne colored dress in the store. I was so nervous for how it would look, and I am so glad I took the leap of faith. I fell in love with the dress even more after trying it on in ivory for my fitting. The color of the dress is so stunning in ivory, I think it is definitely less harsh than the white on pale skin tones, and more bridal than the champagne (to each their own with style). Everyone in the store was taken aback by how stunning the dress looks (Someone else even tried the dress on in champagne and was dying to see it in ivory when I walked out in mine). IMPORTANT TO KNOW: the alterations on this dress were pricier than either of my sisters DB dresses because this dress has so many details and a difficult bustle. The fancy bustle cost $200+ and the less fancy cost $75+ for me at least. [photos taken during fitting] July 7, 2012
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