This Style 6305 Atria Couture is a stretch fit long dress with a low back, and sweetheart neckline that does not need any sequins to make it stand out as it does so on its own. The style and design itself makes this gown an elegant look. This dress is made in Lux stretch jersey that will wrap around your body and hug your hips into your natural body shape. This style is very flattering as it works with your body in its form fitting shape. It comes with this open back that is held by thin double straps creating a unique and one of a kind look. Wear this dress for any Formal Events, Proms, Weddings, Galas and any other Special Events you may have coming up.
-This gown is made with a stretch jersey fabric.
-The Model is 5'6 wearing size XS.
THIS GOWN IS MADE TO ORDER & 100% American Made Due to the variety of colors and options available for this style, this gown is made to order. Once your order is placed, it will be submitted for production in Los Angeles and will ship out directly to you once your gown is complete.
On average, it will take 2 - 2.5 weeks from the date of order to make your gown. It will ship via UPS and will take an average of 3-5 business days to deliver USA wide from there. International shipping via DHL may take longer depending on the country of delivery.
During Prom Season it may take an extra week for the gown to complete due to high order volume during this time. We always recommend ordering well in advance to your event to allow time for alterations or exchange if necessary. If you have any questions, we are happy to assist at email@example.com
What is a Horshair Hem? Horsehair hem is a crinoline netting, made from polyester that is used to add a finishing touch around the base of the dress. It stabilizes the hem to give a little more structure and fullness. This gown can be made with or without the horsehair hem; some customers prefer without for a flatter finish at the hem! This is personal preference and will be made to your liking!
For sizing and fit, please refer to the following size guide: