Alfred Sung D723 Bridesmaid Dress

A two-color motif has become a popular choice among most modern-day couples. Color themes speak much about one’s personality, but oftentimes a single color isn’t enough to convey everything you’re feeling. Hence, the birth of two or more color motifs as observed in various special occasions such as birthdays, homecomings and weddings. A two-color theme is way easier to apply on decors and flowers, given the variety of choices in the market. However, when it comes to bridesmaid dresses, there are only a few designers who offer two-tone designs. Oftentimes, you’ll be constrained into changing the ribbon belt or brooch, just to match the theme.

This dilemma inspired the Canadian designer to come up with a number of two-tone dresses such as the Alfred Sung D723 bridesmaid dress. The best thing about this dress is you will be allowed to actually pick your preferred color combination on its 30-color palette. This sleeveless bridesmaid dress is tailored in sateen twill, a high quality fabric known for its softness and subdued lustrous finish. Not too shiny, it will suit any type of accessories, giving each bridesmaid the chance to showcase their personal taste and style.
Alfred Sung D723 Bridesmaid Dress
One of the most prominent features of style D723 is the high-low skirt, offering a contemporary look that girls will surely love. It coordinates well with a full-length bridal gown, even those coming with a court or chapel train. It also ensures freedom of movement, lending optimal comfort and confidence from the aisle to the dance floor. Best of all, it daintily draws attention to the lower legs, clad in a pair of statement shoes.

The sleeveless bodice highlights the upper body with princess seams running along the front panel, while the back features a concealed zipper closure. The modest V-neckline is mirrored at the back, projecting a sexy appeal that’s visible most of the time during the ceremony. The A-line skirt begins with an inset belt, cinching the natural waist. It gradually flares to a high-low hemline, taking extra volume from the front and back pleats. With this roomy feature around the hips, it will surely be able to accommodate girls with a heavier bottom. Pockets are likewise sewn along the side seams, which is rather unusual in formal clothing yet deemed necessary in lengthy events. And of course, it helps show off a bit of an attitude during those endless photo shoots.
Alfred Sung D723 Bridesmaid Dress
The Alfred Sung D723 features a flattering A-line silhouette, a favorite among the majority of women as it tends to highlight your best features. Together with the V-neckline, it accentuates the face and neck. Its youthful and modernistic cut definitely goes beyond the wedding ceremony. Unlike most bridesmaid dresses that end up on the innermost part of your closet, Style D723 is versatile enough to fit into other special events such as an intimate dinner date or a daytime gathering. You can also dress it up or down with a few accessories, to better suit the occasion.

The Alfred Sung D723 full-length bridesmaid dress is available in sizes 00 to 30W, with options for extra-length, necessary for taller women. Various delivery options are also available at Madame Bridal.

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  1. Love the Alfred Sung bridesmaid collection of dresses. I think it’s one of Dessy’s best lines of dresses.

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