Lace Satin RibbonHalter Sweep Bridal Ball Gown Wedding Dress
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  • Silhouette: Ball Gown
  • Embellishment: Ribbon & Lace
  • Neckline: Halter
  • Train: Sweep
  • Shown Color: White 
  • Material: Satin


  • Ribbon lace halter design to this cocktail dress can make you more beautiful
  • This halter wedding dress will make you more elegant
  • This ball gown wedding dress fits for a summer garden wedding, beach wedding, or yacht wedding  
  • You and your lover will have a romantic wedding with this evening dress
  • You will look like a princess for parties and special occasions with this ball gown wedding dress
  • With this ball gown wedding dress, you will be the most charming lady
  • You can customize the gown according to your size and preference



  • Wearing this unique wedding dress, your sexy figure, your attractive charm, even your inside temperament will be reflected vividly and incisively


  • This beautiful ball gown wedding dress is perfect for attracting attention to your colorful personality


  • The unique design makes this ball gown wedding dress even more special


  • With this wedding dress, you will be the nice pricess of your bridegroom


  • Looking from any angle, this dress is elegant enough to wear


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  • 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
  • You can customize the dress's size and back of zipper or lace-up closure according to your size and preference

How to Iron a Wedding Gown?

  • Check with the manufacturer of the dress or a sales associate at the store where you bought the gown to see what temperature setting you should use to iron the gown
  • Make sure you have a portable iron or a garment steamer on your wedding day. It also wouldn't be a bad idea to take an extension cord with you, just in case the cord on the iron isn't long enough to reach the entire gown
  • Hang the dress on a padded hanger
  • Try a small spot on the dress at first so you know you're using the right temperature setting and amount of pressure
  • Iron the gown from the top to the bottom. Have one of your bridesmaids hold the pieces being ironed while another works the iron
  • Work down the body of the gown first. Then iron the sleeves. If there is an underskirt, iron each layer on its own
  • End with ironing the hemline and the train if you have one
  • Don your wrinkle-free wedding gown

How to Choose the Perfect Wedding Dress

You've dreamt about walking down that aisle since you were a little girl, and now the big day is approaching. Whether you're choosing a dress off the rack or having one made just for you, follow these tips and make your dream come true

  • Start your search six to nine months ahead. Special orders can take four to six months, plus time for alterations
  • Keep your file of photographs of dresses you like from bridal magazines, advertisements and boutique promotions handy when you shop
  • Choose a style appropriate for the ceremony. For a formal evening wedding, a floor-length dress in ivory, white, cream or champagne, often worn with gloves and a train, is an elegant choice. Semiformal dresses can be also be pastels, a floorbrushing (ballerina) length, with a short veil and no train. At a less-formal or second wedding, the bride may choose a long or short dress, or even a two-piece suit. A short veil may be very stylish paired with a classic pillbox hat
  • Flatter your figure with a dress that suits you. Take a trusted, honest sister or friend who has your best interests at heart for feedback. Try one of each basic shape--princess, ball gown, sheath and empire waist--to see which flatters you most. Check that you can walk, turn, sit and bend comfortably, as well as lift your arms and hug loved ones without splitting a seam. Comfort and confidence are vital on this day of days
  • Shop at bridal boutiques or department stores for a wide array of styles. Try on a few designer gowns first so you recognize the quality, then choose a dress based on your budget
  • Set a budget. Off-the-rack dresses can be found for $250 and up. Jessica has a large selection of moderately priced gowns. A simple custom-made dress can be had for as little as $750, and can go as high as $10,000 for a Vera Wang, with many dresses in the lower third of that range
  • Ask when bridal stores are next having a sample sale. Be on the lookout for warehouse sales on discontinued styles, samples and overstocks
  • Make the deposit with a credit card. Get an itemized receipt spelling out every detail (manufacturer's and design name, number, price, color and size) and stating that the deal is canceled if your dress isn't ready by a specified date
  • Budget for alterations, which can run $300 or more. Ask if pressing is included and if they'll store your dress until the big day. Also ask for recommendations for cleaning and storing the dress

Package Included:

  • 1 x Ball Gown Wedding Dress