Front center top edge of bodice to hem: 55″
Brand-new with tags 100% silk satin A-line gown. Never worn or altered, this dress never left the bridal salon until I got it. The dress is in perfect condition other than a few marks underneath/inside the bubble hem and a small, barely visible run in the bodice front likely due to being on display in the salon. The run was too slight for my camera to pick up when I tried to photograph it but I did want to be honest and give every detail. I only saw it because I was going over every inch of the dress to steam it. A person would only notice it if they were 3 inches away and looking right at your chest – probably no one would be doing that. 🙂
UPDATE: I found some scuff marks on the underside of the very back of the bubble hem (text added above; see photo), probably from a shoe when trying it on in the salon. The marks don’t show from the outside which is why I hadn’t spotted them at first. To make things easier on the buyer, I’ve lowered the price $100 to pay for cleaning since the dress isn’t spotless after all. That said, the dress has clearly never been worn out of the salon as the rest of the skirt hem is pristine with no dirt or dust noted.
This dress is available for trying on; contact us for an appointment. Or if you’re already sure, just let us know and we can have the dress on its way to you within 48 hours.
100% Silk Satin
Brand-new with tags 100% silk satin A-line gown.
Paloma Blanca Features:
- Fully boned sweetheart bodice
- Built-in modest crinoline (no extra needed!)
- Bubble hem with chapel train
- 18 silk-covered buttons down the back
- Includes a removeable deep wine-colored taffeta sash
Label Size 8
Bust: up to 35″
Waist: up to 26″
Original Price on Tag: $2000
Our Price: $165
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The silk we use in our designs is either new hempsilk or reclaimed silk fabrics, repurposed from unwanted dresses which would have eventually ended up in a landfill. We believe that by giving pre-loved dresses a new life and extending their usefulness, we not only honor the initial sacrifice of the silkworms but we honor the laborers who wove the original fabric. We do this by reclaiming and re-using a resource that would otherwise be wasted.