San Patrick - Atlanta (2014 Collection) Wedding Dress
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Absolutely gorgeous San Patrick (part of the Provonias group) wedding gown named "Atlanta", which was part of the brand's Fall 2014 collection. It is a size US 04 and has been altered a bit smaller at the waist and hips. The length is custom - it hit right at the floor. I am 5'-6" (hair under) and wore roughly 3 inch heels. This gown was ordered in March 2014 and I wore it at my wedding in September 2014.
"Atlanta" is a mermaid/fishtail-style gown composed of a corseted bodice with tulle overlay, adorned with Guipure lace applique. The corset really defines your shape and, together with the textural, strategically-placed lace applique, it's magic when you pull it on -- instant hourglass figure! Very modern and unique, accordion-style neckline with a very slight sweetheart shape adds interest, and the tulle-and-lace train is gorgeous -- dramatic and stunning. A hidden zip down the back is concealed with pretty buttons all the way through, making sure the dress looks good from 360 degrees (so important in wedding photos).
This wedding gown features:
Extensive Guipur lace throughout
Soft sweetheart neckline
Button up back
Pleated, mermaid skirt
I live in San Francisco- please feel free to reach out if you are in the area and would like to try it on in person! I can email additional pics if need be. The dress has been fully dry-cleaned and has almost no signs of wear.
Embroidered lace over white fabric. Accordion-style neckline for very modern and unique look
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