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Ashley & Justin 10479

$2,063.00

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Want to stun them? Drop jaws, bring tears to their eyes, and make sure they never forget how beautiful you were? Then the Ashley & Justin 10479 bridal gown needs to be at the top of your list! This gorgeous fit-and-flare starts off with a deep sweetheart neckline—and we mean deep. The strapless bodice means you can add a glitzy pair of chandelier earrings or the perfect statement necklace. Moving down the bodice—which hugs your curves in all the right places—this gown is covered in sleek lines of beads over lace. At the mid-thigh, just before the skirt flares out, a thick line of beads comes to a point. Then down the skirt are scallops of beads until the scalloped hemline. Turn around to find a deep V-back, as well as that point of beads which marks the beginning of a fabulous train. The gown is finished off with a zipper closure which means easy dressing and extra security. This Ashley & Justin piece is a wow-piece…perfect for your big day!

  •       Fit-and-flare
  •       Beaded lace
  •       Breathable chiffon lining
  •       Deep sweetheart neckline
  •       Low V-back
  •       Zipper closure

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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