Beaded Evening Gown by Nina Canacci

Looking flawless at prom will be easy in this sensational beaded evening gown by Nina Canacci. This stunning formal dress is an exquisite example of classy sophistication with a touch of flirty fun. The luxurious chiffon fabric is delicately ruched at the empire waistline before overlaying the glamorous A-line skirt. A bust enhancing jeweled low cut V-neck bodice with wide straps adds the perfect finishing touch to this fabulous long dress for prom.

Style: NC-1040
Closure: Back Zipper
Details: Beaded Bust, Ruched Waist
Fabric: 100% Polyester, Chiffon
Fit: The model in watermelon is 5' 7.5" and wearing 5" heels.
Length: 62", hollow to hem 60"
Neckline: Sweetheart
Waistline: Empire

This item is final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged.

$338.00 $169.00

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  • Total Composite Rating: 4.4
  • Average rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 32 votes

NC-1040 - Beaded Evening Gown by Nina Canacci
2 Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.4

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    • 19 Apr, 2014
    Rating:
    4 / 5   4
    Very pretty
    I was surprised when I ordered this dress because it was quite darker in person and almost a yellowish color, but the top is beautiful and very flattering. Sizing was a bit off, I ordered the size it suggested after measuring but it was still a little too small. Overall this is a very pretty dress!
    • 16 Apr, 2014
    Rating:
    4 / 5   4
    Beautiful Dress
    I ordered this dress in "Nude" for my daughters prom. This dress is beautiful in person, however the color is darker than the photo appears. In addition to that the stones on top are a mix of colors, has many clear stones, light greyish stones and yellow stones that you may not notice in the photos above. It was still very pretty. I do not agree with the sizing chart. My Daughter is 5'6 and thin, but she does have a large chest. All of her other dresses have been a size 2 (she could wear a 4 if it were corset). However this sizing chart said she would need to order a 10 (I work in uniforms so I know I measured correctly). I knew there was no possible way she could fit a 10 but the chart said that's what she needed. I compromised and ordered a size 6 even though I wanted to get a 2/4. It arrived and it was way too big on top. I should have trusted my gut and went with a 4 and possibly got away without any alterations.