V Plunge Embellished Gown
All dresses listed are in Australian sizes. Model is wearing size 8. Model is 173cm / 91cm-Bust / 64cm-Waist / 90-Hips.
BUST: The bust is low cut and is not fitted. We suggest silicon cups and hollywood tape to minimise lines and keep fabric in place over bust.
WAIST: Fitted. Please refer to the size guide for specific measurements.
HIPS: Fitted. Please note this dress looks best when fitted to the waist and hips.
LENGTH: The full length of this dress measures 163cm from shoulder to hem and is recommended for women with heights of 168cm - 178cm (5'6" - 5'11").
FABRIC: Black underlay with stretch and sheer silk overlay.
GREAT FOR: Pear, Hourglass, Tall, Curvy body types.
|AU8 (cm)||AU10 (cm)||AU12 (cm)||AU14 (cm)|
Please note that due to the differences in fabric and styles, exact measurements of each dress may be slightly different. The size guide should be used as a general indication of what size you should select.
|Your Height||168cm - 171cm||172cm - 178cm|
|Recommended Heel Height||3" - 5"||0" - 2"|
SIZE CONVERSION CHART
|Australia||AU8 (1)||AU10 (2)||AU12 (3)||AU14 (4)|
Since sizing and cut varies between dresses and brands, please use this chart as a general guide. The sizing in this chart applies to this dress ONLY. If you need assistance selecting the proper size, please contact our friendly customer service team.
This incredible floor-length gown by Ael'kemi combines a structured deep V plunge and thigh-high split with a full skirt and long sleeves for an effect that balances elegant and sexy. With an intricate, all-over black sequin embellishment in a striking art deco geometric pattern, this gown is bound to turn heads. Perfect to rent for black tie events and formal evening occasions. If you want to wear something unforgettable, hire this dress!
Ae’lkemi designer Alvin Fernandez graduated top of his class in 1998 and was awarded student designer of the year. Since his early acclaim this WA based designer has continued to create unique designs with an emphasis on hand prints, contrasting many ideas and a desire to buck the fashion trend with his innovation and signature “raw elegance”.