ball gown


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Noun1.ball gown - the most formal gownball gown - the most formal gown; worn to a ball
gown - a woman's dress, usually with a close-fitting bodice and a long flared skirt, often worn on formal occasions
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It was as timeless as the yellow jacquard ball gown and the not so little black dress.
And Simon Cowell looked dapper in a plunging white shirt while girlfriend Lauren Silverman, 37, donned a long green ball gown.
High school students want the nicest and most attention-getting prom dresses they can find, and college girls and career women alike may often want to find the most exciting party dress or the most beautiful ball gown they've ever seen.
The outfits, which include a lilac and gold ball gown fit for Pride and Prejudice heroine Elizabeth Bennet, are real works of art and can take up to a month to put together.
On a US talk show, the star joked: "Like you guys haven't peed into a jar before in a huge ball gown.
The "Modern Family" star chose a black ball gown dress from Zac Posen's collection for the event.
4 ( ANI ): Princess Diana's "most ornate and romantic" ball gown has gone under the hammer for 85,000 pounds at an auction in London.
IT STARTED with a Facebook conversation after someone bought a new ball gown but had nowhere to wear it to.
Brides with a square body shape are best looking for a gown that will help create the illusion of curves, such as a full skirt or ball gown style with beading on the corset or bodice.
The dress on the left is a pink wild silk ball gown by Worth of London, circa 1955 and the dress on the right is a grey and pink satin ball gown by Hardy Amies, 1961 and worn by actress Dame Edith Evans
Lisa, 37, right, who had looked demure in a full-length ball gown, demanded more slits in her outfits in a backstage standoff.
The best thing about the film is the fabulous outfits, like the white ball gown the star Sarah Jessica Parker wore for a promotional shoot for Vogue magazine (see above).