This floor-sweeping dress is made of salmon-pink sheer muslin and features a halter-style cowlneck to the front that contrasts with a plunge V-cutout to the back. The free flow of excess fabric creates a voluminous and dynamic look throughout the piece, symbolizing the idea of abundance. The hem falls to ankle length at the front and graduates to a short train at the back, the asymmetry of which represents the idea of imbalance. The dress slips on over the head and is free of fasteners. It is lined with silk satin and finished neatly with baby hems.
This piece has been carefully designed and constructed in Beirut, Lebanon.