Taffeta Ruffle Cathedral Sheath Bridal Gown Wedding Dress
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  • Silhouette: Sheath
  • Embellishment: Ruffles
  • Neckline: Strapless
  • Train: Sweep
  • Back: Zipper
  • Shown Color: White
  • Material: Taffeta
  • Custom Time: 15 Business Days


  • Ruffles design can create an eye-catching to you
  • Sheath silhouette design can hide the defect of your body
  • Made of high quality material, soft for touching and comfortable enough for wearing
  • You will definitely be the most charming and elegant one on your wedding ceremony
  • You can wear a remarkable visual effect with this sheath wedding dress
  • Try to put on this sheath wedding dress, you won't believe your eyes because of its amazing visual effect created by it
  • This sheath wedding dress fits for a summer garden wedding, beach wedding, or yacht wedding  
  • You and your lover will have a romantic wedding with this sheath wedding dress
  • You can customize the wedding dress according to your size and preference


  • You can wear a remarkable visual effect with this sheath wedding dress

  • The back view of this sheath bridal gown wedding dress

  • Wearing this sheath wedding dress, you will definitely be the most charming and elegant one on your wedding ceremony

  • High quality material makes the ruffle wedding dress comfortable for touching and wearing

For Specially Tailor-made for Your Tailoring Service

! Dresses which are tailor-made CAN NOT be cancelled once you place order because we start to work on your dress as soon as we get your order. Any order information, including the fabric, color, size and style, can not be changed once you place the order. So, would you please make sure you provide correct information when you place the order? We thank you in advance for your understanding.

For Standard Tailoring Service

! All dresses of Standard Tailoring Service ordered from us can be cancelled or be changed within 48 hours since you place the order. Because we will work on the dresses in 48 hours. Would you please think it carefully before ordering? If you have any questions before order, please contact us. We thank you in advance for your understanding.


  • Please provide detailed measurement information for customization base on "Buying Guide/How to Measure"
  • Reference size chart base on "Buying Guide/Size Chart"
  • Because the display and optical reasons, the fabric colors shown in the picture may be biased with the actual color of goods
  • For customization, please allow about 15 business days to process your order

How to Clean a Beaded Satin Wedding Gown?

There is so much that goes into making the perfect wedding. There's the church, reception hall, bridesmaids, shoes, the groom and, of course, the dress. After the wedding, many brides like to keep their wedding dresses. Perspiration, spills, makeup and other little mishaps can stain the dress on the big day. Over time, these stains will darken, become worse and will not be able to come out. Instead, get your wedding dress cleaned to preserve it properly

  • Hand wash the stains yourself. Mix together 1/4 cup of vinegar with 3 cups of cold water (never use hot water on satin; it will ruin it). Dab the solution onto a clean, white washcloth. Very gently, dab the solution onto any stains or spills. This will effectively remove yellowing stains, makeup stains and even wine stains. During warm and sunny days, you can lay your dress flat (on a clean table or chair with cloth underneath) outside in the sun to dry
  • Remove any ink stains with a home remedy. Spray a cotton swab, lightly, with hairspray. Roll the swab over the stain. Do this several times (each time changing the swab and adding a little more hairspray)
  • Dissolve any other food or oily stains. Dilute 1 tbsp. of gentle detergent in 1/4 cup of cold water. Dip a clean, white washcloth into the soap. Lightly dab any food stains with solution. For oily stains, use the same method but with dish soap. Dish soap is designed to cut through grease and will gently remove and oil stains from clothing as well
  • Take the dress to dry cleaners for thorough cleaning and preservation. Most dry cleaners have experience in cleaning and preserving satin and beaded wedding gowns. They will have the best solutions to properly remove all stains. However, if you are going to take your dress to the cleaner, there are a few questions you need to ask. First, ask if your cleaner preserves the dress in the shop or sends it out. Many cleaners will send the dresses out for cleaning. You are going to want a dry cleaner that will clean your dress in the shop to ensure the best care and cleaning takes place. Next, ask the cleaner if it uses virgin solvents. Solvents are recycled and can cause impurities and dirt to get onto your dress. Using virgin solvents will prevent that from happening. Finally, ask about water cleaning. According to Heritage Gown, water cleaning is safe and effective and will help preserve the dress better than regular soap and water

How to Get Wrinkles Out of a Satin Dress?

A satin dress is a beautiful choice for special occasions like weddings, baptisms or awards ceremonies. But what do you do if you notice you have wrinkles in the dress and no time to take it to the dry cleaner or a bridal store to have it steam-pressed? Don't worry: There are a few ways to get wrinkles out of a satin dress at home. Just be patient and test a small, discreet area of the dress first if you choose to iron; you will look beautiful in your satin dress in no time

  • Put your iron on a low setting with steam. It is very important to use steam when you are getting wrinkles out of a satin dress. A dry, hot iron could actually melt the satin and make a mess of your special gown
  • Turn the dress inside-out to iron out the wrinkles. Do not iron the material directly. Put down a fine cotton cloth or thin towel, then iron over the cloth. This will protect the dress from direct contact with the iron. Some people do not turn their satin dresses inside-out, and they iron with the cloth on the right side of the material. It is up to you which makes you feel more comfortable
  • Try a small, discreet area of the dress before you steam-iron the entire satin dress. To make sure the iron is not melting the material, iron with the cloth, then check the area to see if the wrinkles are coming out and the satin still looks good
  • As another method, run a hot shower, hang your dress in the bathroom and close the door. Steam is the best way to remove wrinkles. If you can build up enough steam in your bathroom, you might be able to press the gown without using an iron. Check on the dress after 20 minutes to see if the wrinkles are gone, or if you need to keep it in the steamy bathroom longer. You may need to smooth the skirt with a clean, fine cotton cloth while it is hanging in the bathroom to get the wrinkles out

How to Iron a Satin Dress?

Have a wrinkled satin dress? Before you take it to a dry cleaner try these simple steps

  • First, never use water directly on the fabric to clean a satin garment. It will stain the fabric and you'll need to take it to a dry cleaner. Even then it may be ruined
  • If the wrinkles look relatively easy to get out, hang the dress somewhere in your bathroom. If you have a hook on the back of the door, that will be perfect. Run a hot shower for about 20-30 minutes (or just when you shower in the morning). Be sure the room is filled with a lot of steam. When the dress has sat in the steam for a little while, tug lightly on the bottom hem of the dress and on each sleeve. This will help release any light wrinkles in the fabric. Take the dress out of the bathroom and allow it to 'air out' before wearing
  • If your wrinkles are set deeply or Step 2 didn't get them all out, you may iron the dress on a very low setting with a towel over top of it. I like to use two towels. Place one towel on your ironing board. Place the wrinkled spot flatly on top of towel. Then place another towel OVER the dress. Iron all three pieces together -- you will make a 'dress sandwich' with both towels. If this doesn't work by itself, turn your iron to steam very lightly and only steam on the spots with wrinkles. If you use steam, hang the dress to 'air out' before wearing
  • If Steps 2 and 3 both fail, take your gown to a dry cleaner. They will tell you if they can remove the wrinkles before they take it and charge you for it

Tips & Warnings:

  • Be gentle with the fabric. It's very delicate but also very beautiful
  • Never use water directly on the satin
  • Remember, dry cleaners and bridal shops can steam your satin dress to get the wrinkles out, but you will have to plan in advance

Package Included:

  • 1 x Sheath Wedding Dress