Elven Princess Velvet Gown - Dusty BlueRegular price $675.00
- Pullover Dress with Wide Scooped Neck
- Side Pockets
- Incredibly full sleeve from elbow down
- Poly/Spandex Blended Heavyweight Stretch Spandex
- Neck and Upper Sleeve Lined with Ponte de Roma
- Made in the USA in limited runs
- Colors may vary due to monitor settings. Lines may be tweaked in production.
- This dress is a LOT. If you are not prepared for the sheer weight of it on your arms and around your feet we do not recommend ordering it. It's 100% drama.
Measurement Charts are of flat garments and can be deceiving. We work hard to have a consistent Medium fit model and often double check our production 2XL piece on our 2XL fit model as well to make sure you can normally stick to the same size in our garments.
Stretch Velvet only has a 2 way stretch, not the 4 way of our spandex dresses. If you are between sizes you can go down but we do not recommend sizing down a full size (if you are a Large in our ponte dresses get the Large, don't size down to a Medium if you size down to a medium in wraps/essential non velvet dresses).
Available in two lengths: Long and Short. Long is intended for talls between 5'6" and up (though 5'6"-5'10" may still want to hem it further!) and Short is intended for people under 5'5" (and the shorter shorties may want to hem it even more). Both the Sleeves and the Hem are shorter on the Short!
Lynsi is modeling the Production L Short. She has 39” Bust, 33” Waist, 45” Hips, and is 5’5 1/2”.
Dayna is modeling the Sample M Long. She has a 38” Bust, 36.5” Waist, 44” Hips, and is 5’8”. Her usual size in our pieces is M, which still stretches to fit her perfectly while pregnant.
Alyssa is modeling the Production M. She has a 37” Bust, 30” Waist, 40” Hips, and is 5’3.”
Photos by Lauren Elisabeth Photo
For best care, Dry Clean this dress. However, it can be washed in cold and dried flat (not in a dryer) and should be fine. It's a lot of velvet, so really please dry clean it. Spandex does not like heat!
You may wish to alter the hem or the length of the sleeves, but we are unable to hem them in-studio. We recommend getting the dress and trying it on before making any hemming decisions. You are best to chalk/pin the changes you want to take to a tailor. Because of the two way stretch of the velvet you may not need to get it hemmed if your body stretches the velvet out more because as you stretch it one way it shortens in the other direction.