Taffeta draped A-line gown Style T9579
David's Bridal Collection
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Taffeta draped A-line gown with beaded lace appliques on bodice and skirt.
Train that extends one and a third yards (about 4 feet) from the waist.
A decorative fabric design or lace cutout that is applied to another fabric such as a dress, veil or shoes.
A medium weight fabric with varying sheen used in bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses and prom gowns.
A dress with a fitted bodice that gradually flares from the waist. A-line styles are flattering for all women.
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Perfect even for Beach Wedding I went to DB and this was the first dress they brought out for me, although it had not been on my list. I actually walked out of the store with a different dress that I already had my heart set on.. But then I sat in the parking lot for a while before walking back and exchanging it for this one. And I'm soooo glad I did! The dress turned out perfectly. We had our wedding on a rocky Hawaii beach between the cliffs, a lighthouse and the sea. The taffeta was sturdy enough to not get caught or torn on the lava rocks, and heavy enough that the rough winds would lift it up but not be too our of control. It made for many amazing pictures on the most beautiful day in my life! August 18, 2013
Very Light I was really easy to wear it, not heavy at all, the design in the side gives the dress a really nice touch. July 2, 2013
Great Dress! I got married on 12-22-12. I'm a size 18 so finding a dress was something that I wasn't really looking forward to. However, when I tried this dress on, I knew it was the one right away. It hits in all the right places and hides all my trouble areas. The beading was absolutely beautiful. I did have the train removed since I was in a walking boot and was worried about the slippery ground. The picture that DB shows doesn't do this dress justice at all! January 9, 2013
Stunning!!! I recently purchased this dress, I'm more then satisfied with this gown. It fits like a glove and the design of the dress accentuates a womens curviture extremely well. The David's Bridal staff are great. The only problem when buying a dress is to make sure that the dress you are trying on is in good shape. I had tried on about 6 dresses and 2 of them were ruined by some rude previous wearers. If you see a ruined dress make sure you tell the staff so they can take it out of circulation. This is not my first time at Davids Bridal my friend chose them for her wedding and I was happy with both experiences. November 28, 2012