The fabric of this gorgeous evening dress or ball gown is high in stretch, super soft and luxurious. This gown features a dramatic sweetheart neckline. Gorgeous beadwork on the asymmetrical strap and the criss-cross bodice design of this satin gown help to draw attention to your neck, shoulders, and cleavage, while lengthening your figure. The workmanship on the dress will leave you astounded and marvel when you feel how elegant and beautiful this will make you feel! Be the envy of all your friends with this beautiful dress.
To ensure fitness, please measure and choose the size according to our size chart. The size of an evening dress or prom gown is mainly determined by the measurements of the bust, waist and hips.
The model in the pictures is 179cm (70.47in) tall, her BWH being 88, 58 and 89cm (34.65, 22.83 and 35.04in).
How to Measure Your Body for a Prom Dress
1. Measure your bust (chest) around the fullest part. Use a tape measure and wrap it around the largest part of your bust. Be sure you are wearing the bra that you intend on wearing with your prom dress for the most accurate measurement. Take in a breath as you measure to account for breathing room in your prom dress. Also, be sure to have your arms relaxed and by your side, not above your head.
2. Wrap the tape measure around the smallest part of your waist to get the correct waist measurement. The smallest part of your waist is usually right above your belly button. Stand up straight with good posture when you measure your waist. Poor posture can lead to a prom dress that bunches in the waist.
3. To measure your hips, make sure that the tape measure is around the fullest part of your hips and rear. If you don`t buy a prom dress big enough to fit your hips and rear properly, you could end up splitting the dress in the back while dancing with your prom date. That`s an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction that is easily prevented with accurate dress measurements.
4. Don`t forget to measure for dress length. Put on the shoes that you`ll be wearing to prom when you measure length. Then measure your body from the tops of your shoulders to the heels of your shoes. Not taking length measurements before you buy a prom dress could result in too short or too long for your body.
This dress is a hot sale one, so it may out of store. If you are not sure whether the size you wanted is in store or not, you may leave an email to make inquiry of our customer service about it.
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