Made up in rich white damask, this Victorian Antebellum gown has a mid-19th century silhouette with a gently fitted bodice, a high neck embellished with sequined and beaded French lace, and long sleeves with more French lace at the points of the cuff. The bodice dips to a "V" at the front waistline, and the bodice and sleeves close with covered buttons at the front and wrists. The full skirt is gathered smoothly into the waistline, and is available in your choice of boot length (35 inches) or floor length (40 inches). The hemline of the skirt features more of that lovely French lace. Proudly designed and made by Recollections in America. Damask fabric is 70% cotton & 30% polyester - please dry clean only. Alicia completes her ensemble with an extra full crinoline, gloves, hat, and earrings - all are priced separately. Exquisite!
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Q: I love the design of the dress and would like to use it as my wedding dress. However, this is my 2nd marriage and I wanted to know if the dress would be available in Ivory instead of white.Thanks!
A: This fabric is only available in white.
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Most people find that our sizing runs generously. If you are undecided with which size to order, it is best to order the smaller size, or give us a call to assist you (1-800-452-5925). You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your measurements (bust and waist) and we can help you choose the nearest size.
An exception to the generous sizing is the type of ball gown that requires boning in the bodice and that supports a heavy skirt. Many times this style is also "off-the-shoulder" and requires a firm fit to stay up. These styles tend to not run as generously as most of our other garments because of this. But please, give us a call if you are uncertain.
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