M Bridal Women’s Rhinestones Strapless Lace-up Puffy Ball Gown Quinceanera Dress Black Size 26
M Bridal Women's Rhinestones Strapless Lace-up Puffy Ball Gown Quinceanera Dress Daffodil Size 4
- 100% tulle fabric; Dry clean only
- Strapless sweetheart neckline
- Beads, sequines and rhinestones embellishments
- Please ignore Amazon's "Size Chart" link and consult our left size chart image to choose your size.
- Occasion: Quinceanera, peageant,Prom etc.
This sexy and stunning quinceanera gown offers a sweetheart neck with strapless. Made of 100% soft tulle fabric embellished with beads, sequines and rhinestones. Showcasing a natural waistline, sexy open back with lace-up closure, floor length ball gown style. This dress is perfect for your prom, pageant party, quinceanera events. Can be customized in Navy, Champagne, Coral, Orange, Daffodil, Lavender, Lilac, Mint, Pink, Blush, Black, Royal Blue, Purple, Grey, Green, Red, Burgundy, Grape, Blue etc. Size Chart:Size 2: Bust=32.5 Waist=25.5 Hips=35.75 Hollow to floor=58 Size 4: Bust=33.5 Waist=26.5 Hips=36.75 Hollow to floor=58 Size 6: Bust=34.5 Waist=27.5 Hips=37.75 Hollow to floor=59 Size 8: Bust=35.5 Waist=28.5 Hips=38.75 Hollow to floor=59 Size 10: Bust=36.5 Waist=29.5 Hips=39.75 Hollow to floor=60 Size 12: Bust=38 Waist=31 Hips=41.25 Hollow to Floor=60 Size 14: Bust=39.5 Waist=32.5 Hips=42.75 Hollow to floor=61 Size 16: Bust=41 Waist=34 Hips=44.25 Hollow to floor=61Size 17W: Bust=43 Waist=36.25 Hips=45.5 Hollow to floor=61 Size 18W: Bust=45 Waist=38.5 Hips=47.5 Hollow to floor=61Size 20W: Bust=47 Waist=40.75 Hips=49.5 Hollow to floor=61Size 22W: Bust=49 Waist=43 Hips=51.5 Hollow to floor=61Size 24W: Bust=51 Waist=45.25 Hips=53.5 Hollow to floor=61Size 26W: Bust=53 Waist=47.5 Hips=55.5 Hollow to floor=61
M Bridal Women's Rhinestones Strapless Lace-up Puffy Ball Gown Quinceanera Dress Daffodil Size 4
|Current Price||$149.98||October 14, 2018|
|Highest Price||$149.98||September 19, 2018|
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