Azazie Maryjane Bridesmaid Dress

Reviews (6)

FABRIC: Chiffon and Lace

$149

PRODUCT INFORMATION

PRODUCT INFO

Description

  • length: Floor Length
  • Fabric: Chiffon and Lace
  • back style: Back Zip
  • neckline: Sweetheart
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Maryjane is a timeless floor-length gown in an A-line cut. This dress is made of chiffon and features a strapless sweetheart neckline with lace detail on the bodice. Available in full size range (A0-A30) and custom sizing.  

product info

Maryjane is a timeless floor-length gown in an A-line cut. This dress is made of chiffon and features a strapless sweetheart neckline with lace detail on the bodice. Available in full size range (A0-A30) and custom sizing.   Ask a question

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Estimated production time 6 - 7 weeks

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Mmennoneosei
Color: Dark Navy
Reviewed On: 2016-10-29 19:03:18
Loved this dress so much! So pretty better than I expected. I was nervous about ordering online, but I would definitely recommend it. I did custom sizing, I rated it 4 stars because it actually ran bigger thend I had measured. Better too big tho! I was nervous it was going to run small. Wasn't huge, but was able to get it altered for 50.00.
Lee
Reviewed On: 2016-10-25 19:19:07
Good quality. Dress was lightweight and comfortable.
ktschutz
Color: Dark Navy
Reviewed On: 2016-05-03 07:30:42
True to size. Good material, very happy with this dress.
taylor
Color: Coral
Reviewed On: 2015-10-30 12:33:48
Dress fit exactly as measured! Had it back within 2 weeks...AMAZING!!!! Would highly recommend.
jdswa6
Color: Jade
Reviewed On: 2015-09-10 17:21:33
The dress is beautiful but needs alterations the top does not fit properly.
rebecca.ruben
Color: Blushing Pink
Reviewed On: 2015-06-18 16:38:09
The material was really scratchy and uncomfortable. Felt cheap and like a polyester dress from the 70s or at least ones I remember trying on at Goodwills when I was younger. Fit was good and seemed well made. I definitely suggest you upgrade the materials you use as they are atrocious and in the end are all that matter despite what a good job you have done with every other aspect of the dressmaking and business.
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