Short Sleevess Satin Dress with Ruched Waist Style F14823
This item is available in stores and online.*
Classy and chic, this timeless style will look great in any bridal party, but will remain a closet staple for years to come.
Tight decorative gathers which create flattering pleats in the fabric.
As the name implies, the neckline dips down in the front and often in the back as well.
A smooth fabric often used in bridal gown design because of its exquisite drape.
Short Sleevess Satin Dress with Ruched Waist Style F14823 30 30
Yikes! This dress was a terrible fit! I do not suggest for a bigger busted bridesmaid. Even after alterations, the ruched waist still covered the girls and had a really awkward fit. It made the bridesmaid look a lot larger than she actually is and just not a good look over all....I would keep on looking. August 17, 2013
Great dress better in person Well let me start by saying depending on light can be more purple then picture shows, (REGENCY) Very good dress and quality. Can be a little tight in bust areas so if your busty then maybe size up a dress. We measured ourselves and had no problem ordering right sizes. Great for Baltimore or ravens theme. Nice quality no problems with zipper. Needs to be pressed or whatever. BUT overall very nice dress. August 9, 2013
Bridesmaid Dress I thought it was beautiful on all of my girls! I had all sizes in my wedding ranging from 2-16 and everyone looked great. It was a little big in the bust area for my girls who did not have much is that area but it was a simple alteration with the straps. The girls loved that there were hooks to strap their bras in and that they didn't need to wear strapless bras with it. July 6, 2013
Awful for Petite Frames This dress looks TERRIBLE on small-framed women. I am a 5'0'', 105 lb bridesmaid and, while I expected alterations would be necessary, I didn't expect to have such extensive alterations. This dress is really made for fuller figured women. All of us bridesmaids are petite (5'0''-5'3'', 100-120 lbs) and had to get the skirts and busts of our dresses heavily altered, which almost doubled the total price (from $90 to $170). For a piece that doesn't even have a lined skirt, it's not worth it. However, if you wear average or larger sizes, the price is reasonable and it does come in flattering colors (which are true to the color swatches here on the website). April 5, 2013
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