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1152 Wedding Dress

Size: 2 (XS)
Price: $760.00

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Retail Price: $1,620.00
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DESCRIPTION
One of a kind JIM HJELM Blush Style 1152 halter gown in ivory cotton lace over champagne silk charmeuse. This style is very unique and very hard to find in boutiques. Perfect for garden, winery, vintage, estate, farm, destination or beach wedding. Comfortable halter neckline means you won't be tugging up your strapless dress all day! Soft cotton lace is easy to wear. Fitted gown flares out in trumpet style with short to mid-length train in back. Very comfortable, but classy gown. If you've been working on those arms, showcase them in this dress!

Belt/sash pictured was custom and is not for sale, but I can give you the info for the woman who made it and she would be happy to work with you.

DRESS ALTERATIONS
Sewn in B/C cups. Hemmed to floor length for 5'9" with heels, with longer train in back. Bodice taken in for 33-34" chest, halter strap shortened a couple of inches, taken in about an inch around thighs and V-neck closed to just below top of bust. Three-point bustle on back of dress with three invisible hook/eyes.

DRY CLEANING
Professionally cleaned, pristine condition with no stains, snags, tears, etc. Stored with cardboard bust to maintain shape.


Item #:

1402722

Street Size:

2 (XS)

Label Size:

8 (M)

Brand:

Jim Hjelm

Style Tags:

1152

Fabric:

Cotton Lace with Silk Charmeuse Underlay

Year Purchased:

2014

Condition Sample:

No


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