David’s Bridal Lace Keyhole Halter Dress with Jersey Skirt Style 21348, Black, 16
David's Bridal Lace Keyhole Halter Dress with Jersey Skirt Style 21348, Black, 16
- Designed by: Nightway
- This A-Line silhouette is a stylish choice for any event or special occasion.
- Delivers classic sophistication with modern touches to look and feel your best.
- For accurate sizing, please refer to the size chart on davidsbridal.com.
A breezy tie-back keyhole mirrors the front of this long but light-as-air halter dress, adorned with waves of sparkling sequins on the lace bodice. By Nightway Jersey Back zipper, fully lined Dry clean Imported
David's Bridal Lace Keyhole Halter Dress with Jersey Skirt Style 21348, Black, 16, David's Bridal
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