What is not to love with this elegant satin ball gown. A softly sculptured sweetheart neckline, fitted smooth bodice and simple bow belt to enhance your natural waist. Soft box pleats give the skirt a great swooshability (that’s a technical term) which the square backline combines classic elegance with contemporary twist. You can choose to add the design feature of pockets (who doesn’t love a pocket!) and buttons to the end of the chapel train.
This dress is Piper a classic ball gown in style, little bit too heavy for overseas. You could put underskirts underneath if you wanted to but it is made to be worn without. Piper is made from a Mikado fabric it’s not satin but it does look quite similar. You have this really nice sweet heart neckline with this bow belt detail. That can of course be removed or you could put a sparkly belt on there if you prefer. It does have a full arm hole, so sleeves could be added to this dress without any difficulty. It’s a zip back not fitting the manikin as usual, that will convert into a lace up back, without any problems at all. Now this dress does have quite a long train on it, that can of course be shortened you could go floor length or tea length. It would be very easy to get some matching buttons to put those all the way down the back, which I know is always a popular look and again something that is popular is pockets, this is always a nice addition to see in one of these dresses. With a sweetheart neckline and these really flattering box pleats to the skirt this dress would suit every figure.