About this item
A wedding gown from the Infinity by Helen Marina range. Made in ivory polyester satin and chiffon this beautiful dress has a boned and fitted strapless bodice of satin, shaped by decorative paneling, with a laced back (unfortunately the laces are missing). Beneath the bodice is a satin band decorated with delicate beads and crystals in a floral design which is fastened at the back by 6 small satin covered buttons. The skirt is flared but plain at the front with three layers underneath to preserve the shape - chiffon, net, satin and a tiered, gathered net petticoat. At the back the skirt fans out to give a dramatic 66" train, the stunning shape created by flounced gathering under the waist. A spectacular and elegant gown. In good clean condition and with its own wedding dress bag.
Length: from waist - 39"
from back - 66" (including train)
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- Used: very good
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- Exact fabric:
- 100% polyester
- Garment care:
- Dry clean
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- Train length:
- Strapless wedding dress
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