Bill Levkoff 1160


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Regal and pristine, this striking gown from the Fall 2015 collection will amaze both your bridesmaids and your guests. Bill Levkoff 1160 features a sweetheart neckline adorned by an asymmetrically pleated bodice, accentuating their busts while minimizing any flaws or imperfections. Pleated shoulder straps frame their shapes while providing support and structure, simultaneously keeping them secure and stylish throughout the entirety of your big day. Crisscross gathers culminate at the waistline, showcasing your maids’ natural curves with a flattering A-line silhouette, before cascading to the gown’s hemline. The floor length skirt will softly grace the tops of their stylish shoes as they mingle with guests in the reception hall or swirl about the dance floor, arm-in-arm with your handsome groomsmen. The back of this gown is its encore, allowing them to leave your celebration in the same stylish fashion in which they entered. The sheer pleated straps create a V-shape as they meet the straight-across neckline. Horizontal gathers comes flawlessly together with a center back zipper closure, as subtle vertical pleats descend slightly into the soft chiffon fabric on the skirt. The fabric is soft to the touch and breathable, keeping them cool during spring and summer weddings, while the floor length skirt keeps your girls cozy during colder months. Style this gown with other long Bill Levkoff chiffon gowns to successfully execute the mix-and-match trend, such as 1159, 1162, and 1164, for a cohesive look that still showcases each of your bridesmaids’ unique personal styles! Available in a variety of colors and sizes, you are sure to find the perfect match with this gorgeous gown! 

Features of Bill Levkoff 1160 include: 

  • Sweetheart neckline 
  • Pleated shoulder straps that form a V-shape on the back 
  • Asymmetrical pleating on the bodice 
  • Gathers cascade into the floor-length skirt 
  • Center back zipper closure 
  • Available in a variety of colors and sizes 

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