Ashley & Justin 10477

$1,738.00

Product details

The Ashley & Justin 10477 bridal gown exudes classic elegance. This stunning sheath wedding dress starts off with a fitted sweetheart bodice. The strapless neckline provides a blank canvas for your favorite statement necklace or long chandelier earrings. The flattering sweetheart is lined with silver sequin trim—the perfect contrast to the nude or ivory base you choose. The bodice hugs your curves in all the right places, giving you that sought-after hourglass figure. Just below the hip, the skirt begins to flare from the body—subtly, since it’s a sheath. The skirt ends in a manageable train that’ll glide behind you as you walk down the aisle. The natural waist is highlighted with another line of silver sequins, mirroring the detail on the top. The rest of the dress is completely covered with small, shiny sequins in geometric shapes and sleek lines. The Ashley & Justin gown is finished off with a zipper closure which means easy dressing and extra security.

  •       Sheath silhouette
  •       Strapless neckline
  •       Sweetheart bodice
  •       Beaded and sequin lace
  •       Breathable chiffon lining
  •       Zipper closure
  •       Multiple shades available

Fit and Sizing:

When taking measurements for this dress, we recommend paying attention to bust, waist, and hip measurements.

This dress runs one or to two sizes smaller than your normal dress size. We recommend being professionally measured to ensure the best fit. Please see fit notes on this style:

BUST: Great for any cup size and comfortable fit in bust area

WAIST: Fitted at natural waist

HIPS: Fitted through the hips, pay close attention to this measurement

LENGTH: Dress accommodates for a height up to 5"8" 

UNDERGARMENTS: Should be worn with a strapless bra or bra cups

FABRIC: Fabric liner has some stretch

GREAT FOR: Apple, Hourglass, Athletic, Pear, Petite, Straight and Narrow, and Plus Size.

 Fabric and Care:

 For best results, please contact a dry-cleaning specialist for this product.

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