Wedding Gown of the Week!

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(Photo courtesy of Alfred Angelo)

If you are looking for that ‘wow” wedding gown, you have to check out this drop-dead gorgeous ballgown from Alfred Angelo.

This gown (Style 2369) is really the perfect combination of traditional and modern.  And if you are the type of bride who likes the traditional aspects of a wedding but feel you need a little something different, this gown may be for you!

I love the simplicity of a classic ballgown.  Who doesn’t?  It represents family (you know they are going to love this dress!), elegance, sweetness, and I have to say, a ballgown is truly “bridal”.  When you put on this gown, you will absolutely feel like a bride.

There are so many wonderful things about this dress- where do I start?  It’s a soft net ballgown (so it’s pretty light and you won’t feel so weighed down as you might with other dresses).  It has crystal beading, a satin belt, and a chapel length train.  But the real kicker about this gown is its stunning organza rosette detail.  It’s the first thing I noticed and I know you probably did too!  It’s just gorgeous, isn’t it? (It also comes with optional spaghetti straps if you feel more comfortable having something on top)>

Even though this is a ballgown, I really do think you could even get away with wearing it for a Cape Cod, Nantucket or Vineyard seaside wedding.  Like I said, it isn’t very heavy, and it will definitely give that “flowy” feel as you walk down your sand-aisle!

The gown comes in sizes 0-26w and in white and ivory.  It retails for $999.00.

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