Love: Embroidery One Shoulder Dress

A cocktail dress or cocktail gown is a woman’s dress worn at cocktail parties and semi-formal, or “black tie” occasions. The length of a cocktail dress is long, often touching the ankle. When it is about 5 cm above the ankle it is called tea length and when it is almost touching the ankle it is called ballerina length, although ballerina length dresses usually fall into the evening gown category.

Asymmetrical One Shoulder Dress

At semi-formal occasions, a less elaborate, shorter-length cocktail dress may be worn. Prior to the mid-20th century this type of dress was known as ‘late afternoon’. When gentlemen are in business suits, ladies also wear dress suits or “good” afternoon skirt and dresses. In the mid-20th century, some couturiers began describing full-skirted cocktail gowns as “dancing costumes”. These are suitable for formal dances but not for balls, or other white tie affairs, where ball gowns are worn.

Asymmetrical One Shoulder Dress

Christian Dior was the first to use the term “cocktail dress” to refer to early evening wear, in the late 1940s.

Every woman wants to find a gorgeous evening dress when they attend some important occasions like graduated dancing ball or some parties’ nights. A wonderful cocktail strap dress can make you turn into a beautiful princess and let you spend an unforgettable experience.

Asymmetrical One Shoulder Dress

This asymmetrical one shoulder dress is special for your prom. Prefect elegant is for the prefect you. And there are three colors can let you choose. I love the blue one very much, the blue is the hottest and the most special one in this 2014. So the blue is my first choice.

I know you want to find more wedding party dresses, so you can be the prefect one when you are dancing in your own prom, let’s come and get it!

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