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Usia Wedding Dress

Size: 8 (M)
Price: $750.00

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Retail Price: $1,890.00
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Sample from a designer or boutique, never used outside of the retail setting.

Willing to negotiate! Silhouette: Mermaid.
Neckline: Sweetheart.
Waist: Dropped.
Gown Length: Floor.
Train Style: Attached.
Train Length: Chapel.
Sleeve Style: Strapless.
Fabric: Silk.
Embellishments: Beading.

This mermaid wedding dress has a delicate appearance thanks to its silk garza frills. Usia from the Glamour by Pronovias 2013 collection has a flattering sweetheart neckline and a wonderful lace-up back. A very romantic style with an elegant skirt with silk garza frills that flow into a half train.

I purchased this dress from a sample gown sale in Los Angeles, and it has never been worn outside of the store. The tags are still attached, and the dress is stored in a breathable bag in a pet-free, smoke-free house. This dress is extremely figure flattering and has the added bonus of a sparkly, beaded sash already sewn in around the waist. I had found this dress on my first stop on a weekend of dress shopping and knew I had to have it! I am selling this dress because by the end of the weekend, I decided to go in another direction. The dress will not require cleaning and is in pristine condition with no signs of wear or damage. The dress has not been altered at all, but if the dress is not your size, it can be altered easily. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions!

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12 (L)

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8 (M)

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