I got married in May 2017 in upstate New York and the dress that took my breathe away was a Fall 2016 Romona Keveza dress - L6136. It is a strapless ball gown with a natural waist that features a sculpted neckline made of silk satin and a flowing circle skirt made of silk organza. The color is natural white and it pairs well with diamond white or off white. I bought the dress at Kleinfeld's and the price of the dress (without taxes and alterations included) was $3900.00 (still have receipt).
I am 5'3 and at the time (currently 4 months pregnant), I weighed 141.5. I wore a size 4 in dresses and a 6 in pants. My chest was a 34D; wore small or medium tops. On my wedding day, I wore a 2 1/2 heel so it is altered to that the length.
I styled it with a blingy belt that I got on eBay which I am planning to include. I had a back up which I will also include. I recommend sewing it on the waist. The belt kept rising up as I was dancing and I didn't like how it looked in the pictures. I regret not doing that. The clear buttons you see on the back of the dress are for the bustle.
The dress does have one flaw. As I was taking wedding pictures, the groom and others stepped on the inside tulle of my dress. As I was about to walk down the aisle (I did first look photos) and I mean like 10 secs before it was my turn to go, some inside tulle was noticeably showing from the back of the train and I had the attendant just rip it. There is a piece of tulle missing which is what I am trying to show in the last pic. Very hard to take a pic because of all the layers and all the white but I tried my best. This may be a flaw but it doesn't show because its an inside layer. The silk satin top and silk organza bottom are not damaged in anyway. The tulle is replaceable but you may find that you don't need to. Its just one section on the right butt cheek that has it missing. Please feel free to ask any questions about this.
Anyway, Happy dress hunting! I hope you pick mine but if you don't I know its out there!