This sassy little number would make a great rehearsal dinner outfit, or even the wedding dress! Definitely, it will gather attention in a way a black dress can’t! The off white satin is slightly textured, has a beautiful soft drape, and gives off a soft glow. The collar has a series of hooks at the back that lift it off the shoulders and neck ever so slightly, reminiscent of the way a kimono is traditionally worn; very sexy. When these types of collars are more pronounced I have called them Portrait Collars. Both the collar and keyhole are framed with a line of bright rhinestones. The keyhole and the rhinestones both extend up under the collar; make of that what you will. There is no pit staining, and only a few tiny scuffs that were too small to show in a photograph. I did include one close up of the one tiny stain I detected. This dress is meant to be worn much like the classic flapper dress, so there is looseness in the overall fit that could be taken in.
Bottom of armhole to hem: 28″
Hem: 2″ deep