Anna Campbell, Sienna, Size 4 Wedding Dress

US$680 US$2,000
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  • The Details

    Label: US 4
    Street: US 4

    Style: Sienna

    Condition: Used
    Dry Cleaned: No
    Colour: Ivory
    Fabric: Silk
    Year: 2015

    Low Back
    Floor Length
  • The Story

    Basic Description: Sienna is a flowing 100% silk gown with stunning hand-beaded embellishment at the shoulders and under the bust. The cascade style skirt with front split is a great choice to show off a special pair of shoes or to add a flare of whimsy and ethereal beach romance. Thin white fabric flows over a latte under layer, creating a unique array of color with each blow of the wind. This is the dress of a goddess!

    Sizing: The label size is small and I typically wear a 4-6 but the dress is designed to also fit 6, 8, and 10. It has an elastic empire waste with adjustable chiffon straps, meaning the bust and waste can fit to your body. This dress was easily the most comfortable formal dresses I've ever worn and there's nothing like being comfortable on your big day in a dress that can't seem to take a bad photograph.

    Style: The adjustable chiffon straps are only limited by imagination. They can be worn straight down, criss-crossed (as pictured), or spiraled around each other as many times as desired before bringing around the waste. The flowing silk train creates a mesmerizing walk down the aisle, gorgeous pictures, and easily bustles with one small snap.

    Condition: The gown is in good condition -- clean and has beading in tact. However, the beading needs tacking on the shoulders, which is the reason for the reduced price.

    Designer: Anna Campbell is a talented Australian designer. Prices have been skyrocketing over the past several years and her dresses are rare in the U.S.

    The only alteration was hemming to fit my height at 5'9" wearing no shoes. You could hem it further or even decrease the front slit, if desired.

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