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Designer SALE ! LACE SISTER MOTHER OF THE BRIDE GROOM DRESS CAP SLEEVE EVENING GOWN FORMAL CHARITY BALL CHURCH CEREMONY & PLUS SIZE

Item# 000000000000000215840000000000000FDS1077P | Model# FDS1077 | Added on October 2, 2015 |
Designer SALE ! LACE SISTER MOTHER OF THE BRIDE GROOM DRESS CAP SLEEVE EVENING GOWN FORMAL CHARITY BALL CHURCH CEREMONY & PLUS SIZE
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This listing is for a Brand New Evening Gown # FDS1077. In Stock, Ready to ship!

This gorgeous party attire has cap sleeves, hand beaded sequins on front & back. Fabric: Lace.

Comes only in colors: Royal Blue, Ivory, Navy, Red, Teal Blue, Blush, Gold, Eggplant, Silver & only in sizes: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL.

Please note: Every designer cuts their dresses differently & according to their own size chart. Please measure yourself (in inches) before ordering & follow our size chart pictured. If you are in between sizes or unsure of the fit, choose a size up, as it is easier for your seamstress to take in, rather than out. Here is some help on measuring yourself
a. Bust: Not the same as a bra size. Measure around the fullest part of your bust and back, pull snugly. Don’t forget to compensate for bras/undergarments you may intend on wearing under the dress.
b. Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waistline, usually 2” above your belly button.
c. Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hips, usually 8” below your belly button.

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