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Azazie Maryjane Bridesmaid Dress

FABRIC: Chiffon and Lace


product info

The stunning floor-length bridesmaid dress by Azazie has an A-line/princess cut in an exquisite chiffon and lace. Style Maryjane features a sweetheart neckline, and comes in a full size range (A0-A30). Fine lace covers a fitted bodice above the skirt, this perfect maids frock has a dash of romance. 

Color: Ivory
Reviewed On: 2017-01-03 08:34:21
This dress is exactly what my friend was looking for in a bridesmaid dress! It seems closer to white than ivory, but won't make a difference for my friends special day. After measuring myself I didn't fit into a standard size, but ordered one anyways because of the return policy. Turned out to be fine! Only issue I'm having is zipping it up once the zipper reaches the lace section in the back.
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.
Reviewed On: 2016-10-25 19:19:07
Good quality. Dress was lightweight and comfortable.
Color: Dark Navy
Reviewed On: 2016-05-03 07:30:42
True to size. Good material, very happy with this dress.
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.
Color: Jade
Reviewed On: 2015-09-10 17:21:33
The dress is beautiful but needs alterations the top does not fit properly.
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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