Alfred Sung D682 Peau de Soie Bridesmaid Dress

Being chosen to be a bridesmaid is always an honor. It also entails a number of responsibilities, which you’re expected to perform with total grace. With this demand, you need to start off with picking the perfect dress that will stay in shape amidst your busy schedule. One of which is Dessy’s Alfred Sung D682 bridesmaid dress, a slim creation tailored purely in peau de soie. Also known as Duchess satin, the fabric used in this dress boast smoothness and richness, while projecting muted radiance.
Alfred Sung D682 bridesmaid dress
The Dessy Alfred Sung D682 bridesmaid dress features a classic A-line silhouette, made more demure-looking with its bateau neckline. This makes a surprising transformation at the back, as it slides into a rectangular-shaped open panel which finishes with a tailored bow detail. Darts sculpt the bodice towards the cinched-in midriff, projecting a slimmer midsection.

From the natural waist, it flutters into a circle skirt falling just around the knees with a graceful swirl. An inverted pleat graces the center-back, drawing extra volume to the knee-length skirt. This sleeveless dress also includes in-seam pockets, a non-traditional feature in formal wears but will prove to be ideal for bridesmaid dresses, where girls can tuck in some bare essentials such as a hanky and some pins. After all, bridesmaids need to keep their hands open in order to snatch the bride’s bouquet but it pays to be ready for those little emergencies, as well.
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So the next time you’re asked to become a bridesmaid, you only have to browse over the many collections of Dessy’s Alfred Sung bridesmaid dresses and you’re sure to find one that will fit into the wedding theme. Each dress comes in a variety of colors, over 30 options in this case. Thus, it shouldn’t be a problem finding the right shade that matches the overall motif.

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