Lilac Beatrice Gown
Our Lilac Beatrice Gown is designed as a figure hugging midi dress that is hand beaded with beautiful embellishments, including brass floral details. A sheer neckline and delicate slit in the back skirt makes this classic silhouette unique. We love this gown for the mother of the bride, maid of honor, or to wear for any formal event. This gown is also available in Ivory.
- True to size
- Hand beaded
- Self fabric: net
- Lining fabric: viscose
- Dry clean only
ALL GARMENTS ARE CUSTOM MADE TO YOUR ORDER AND WILL ARRIVE WITHIN THREE TO FOUR MONTHS OF PURCHASE. L&L BRIDAL'S GARMENTS ARE HAND MADE; YOU MAY SUBMIT YOUR MEASUREMENTS IN YOUR ORDER NOTES FOR DETAILED SIZING. AS EACH GARMENT IS HAND MADE TO ORDER WE DO NOT ACCEPT REFUNDS OR RETURNS. ANY DAMAGES MUST BE REPORTED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF RECEIPT OF GARMENT; THE GARMENT WILL BE FIXED OR REPLACED. ANY DAMAGES REPORTED AFTER 24 HOURS WILL BE CONSIDERED NULL AND VOID.
In honor of Lex & Lynne founder's sister, Lindsay Corry, we are donating 15% of all proceeds to help children with Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes.Our donations will be made within the United States to counsel, mentor, and help children in their creative expression in coping with the disease.
"All of our knitwear is one-size and complements each person's body differently. If you need help, take a look at our Size Chart. I hope that this helps you in determining which style is a good fit for you. I promise you will love your Lex & Lynne knitwear and find versatility in every style while enjoying it's unique fit that is custom to you." Alexis Corry
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the Lex & lynne difference
In honor of Lex & Lynne founder's sister, Lindsay Corry, we are donating 15% of all proceeds to help children with Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes. Our donations will be made within the United States to counsel, mentor, and help children in their creative expression in coping with the disease.