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Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses


Have you ever dreamed of a beautiful white wedding dress? When you attend wedding party, do you envy the charming bride or the elegant wedding dress? Now, we can make your dream come true! Come on! This kind of Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding ...
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USD$ 103.98
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Products Specifications


Brand new




Short & Mini


Beaded and Ruffle







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Custom Time:

7 Business Days


  • Ruffle and paillette design makes you more attractive and charming
  • This ruffle wedding dress is very high quality organza with excellent appearance
  • Strapless style gives this long ruffle wedding dress a soft feminine look 
  • This sweep ruffle wedding dress shows your infinite charm perfectly
  • Everyone will have an unforgettable wedding with this white wedding dress
  • With the strapless wedding dresses, you must be the focus in wedding ceremony
  • You and your lover will have a romantic wedding  

For Specially Tailor-made for Your Tailoring Service

! Dresses which are tailor-made CAN NOT be cancelled once you place order because we start to work on your dress as soon as we get your order. Any order information, including the fabric, color, size and style, can not be changed once you place the order. So, would you please make sure you provide correct information when you place the order? We thank you in advance for your understanding.

For Standard Tailoring Service

! All dresses of Standard Tailoring Service ordered from us can be cancelled or be changed within 48 hours since you place the order. Because we will work on the dresses in 48 hours. Would you please think it carefully before ordering? If you have any questions before order, please contact us. We thank you in advance for your understanding.


Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses

  • The real effect with the short wedding dress

Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses

  • Ruffle design

Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses

  • Back effect

Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses

  • Sequins beaded detail

Size in Detail:





86cm / 33.9in

70cm / 27.6in


89cm / 35.0in

73cm / 28.7in


92cm / 36.2in

76cm / 29.9in


96cm / 37.8in

80cm / 31.5in


  • Please provide detailed measurement information for customization base on "Buying Guide/How to Measure"
  • Because the display and optical reasons, the fabric colors shown in the picture may be biased with the actual color of goods

How to Choose Wedding Dress:

Do your research

Before you even begin to look around, research gowns. You should always have a bit of knowledge about dresses (and know some of the lingo) before you even set foot into a bridal shop. There are also many bridal magazines that will provide a ton of information, including Brides, Modern Bride, Bridal Guide, Wedding Bells, etc. All of these magazines have websites, where you can find quick information without paying for the magazine

Decide on a silhouette

Angeloutfit Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses

Wedding dresses are made in several different silhouettes. Before considering anything else, know which type of gown will flatter your figure the best. Look at photos of each type. You can browse wedding website message boards and member profiles for photos of real women wearing gowns, rather than relying on professional photos of models wearing them

  • Ball gowns have very full skirts and generally will look beautiful on any body type, unless the bride is very short and small. In this case, it may be overwhelming to her small frame. Ball gowns generally either have crinolines built in or a slip you must wear to support the shape of the gown. Be advised that this extra fabric can be heavy and bulky and will require extra care to wear.
  • A-lines usually have a fitted bodice with a skirt that flares gently from the waist to form an "A" shape. They generally work for everyone as well, and are a terrific choice for someone who would like to hide lower body flaws, but does not want a ball gown. A-lines are not as full as ball gowns.
  • Sheaths flatter women with slim, balanced figures. They shouldn't be worn by brides who dislike their figures. This gown will not hide any flaws. If you think your thighs or butt are too big, you'll be miserable in this type of dress. Don't try to pull it off because you found a gown you love in this style. You don't want to risk being uncomfortable or self conscious on your wedding day, or regretting your choice every time you look at wedding photos.
  • Empire waist gowns have a skirt that falls from just below the breasts. Although usually listed with various waistline types and not always considered a type of silhouette, they are a wonderful choice for a casual, non-formal wedding, or weddings in a tropical climate. They're usually made of light, flowing fabric. They're also excellent for pregnant brides, because they provide extra room in the waist, making them a comfortable choice. They also won't draw as much attention to the belly as a dress with a lower waistline would.

Envision your wedding

  • Picture yourself on your wedding day. What are you wearing? What silhouette is your gown? What fabric? Is it embroidered or beaded? What color is it? With so many choices for the dress, it can be overwhelming to look through hundreds or thousands of them. Some brides have said that after looking through racks and racks of dresses, they all begin to look the same. So before you even set out to try them on, envision your wedding day and how your dress looks, and jot down a list of things that describe the dress of your daydreams. You don't have to know all the wedding dress terms. Just write down a description of the gown you're envisioning. Example list: "princess, satin, some shade of white but not pure white, spaghetti straps."

Consider the circumstances

  • A wide variety of factors can affect what makes a particular dress appropriate to the occasion.
  • Formal ceremonies usually call for floor length gowns and long trains, while informal ceremonies (especially destination weddings) are a terrific place to wear a shorter gown without a train at all (or a "sweep" train, which just barely brushes the floor). Another example: in some cases, strapless gowns are considered inappropriate for very formal ceremonies.
  • If you're getting married in the winter, you may not want to be a very light, thin fabric unless you plan to be inside the entire time. If you're having a beach wedding in the middle of July, you may not want to wear a heavy fabric like duchess satin.
  • While the most traditional ceremonies will call for a white gown, in many cases, wedding dresses don't have to be pure white anymore! Many women choose dress colors that best complement their skin tones, ranging from diamond white to ivory to champagne to actual colors (pink, blue, red). Pick the color you feel most beautiful in.

How to Clean a Wedding Gown:

  • Perform a thorough inspection of your dress. Look over the dress for any stains. What does the stain consist of? Make sure you have the cleaning supplies you will need. Take a good look at the hemline. Unless you lifted your skirt, and carried your train everywhere you went on your wedding day, your train will be dirty. Wedding dress trains are like great, big, dry mops that clean the floors of churches and reception centers!
  • Keep the body of the dress out of the water while following this step. Soak the dirty hem in a clean bathtub using warm, sudsy water for a couple of hours if possible. Next, working your way around the dress, use a toothbrush and the liquid detergent to "massage" the hemline clean. Be careful not to scrub too vigorously on lace or trims. Be sure to clean the underside of the hem as well. Check the dress lining/s for dirt as well. Clean the hem of all layers very well. Rinse the hem thoroughly when you are completed.
  • Turn the dress bodice inside out and spray the lining of the bodice area (the part that fits on your upper body) with the soap and water solution. Use the toothbrush and the detergent to clean perspiration stains. Next clean the skirt lining. If your dress has many layers of lining in the skirt, be sure to look over all of them and clean all the stains you find.
  • Look over the outside of the dress very carefully and spot clean any stains you might find. Spray the spot with a sudsy spray solution first. Use the toothbrush if necessary but be very gentle. Just "massage" the fabric. Add the liquid detergent straight if needed Be particularly careful of laces and trims.
  • Do not use chlorine bleach, such as Clorox, as it leaves a film that is very difficult to remove.
  • When you are satisfied with the cleaning of your dress, fill the bathtub with warm water and place the whole dress carefully in the tub. Swish the dress around in the water as soaps from the cleaning process are rinsed out. Let the water drain and then fill the tub again and repeat the process. Follow this procedure several times until the water is very clear without any soap bubbles. We recommend three rinses at least. It is critical to get all soap and cleaning solutions rinsed out of the dress.
  • Dry. The dress should be "line" dried, but not by hanging it on a hanger. The weight of the wet dress could damage the dress. One way to line dry it safely is by placing a fold-up drying rack (vinyl coated) in the bathtub, and hanging the dress over it. Do not place the dress on bare wood. Place the dress so the weight is equally distributed over the rack. Another way to do this would be to place a clean towel over a shower enclosure, and then place the dress over the towel. If you do this, be sure to place some towels on the floor underneath the dripping dress to protect the floor.
  • After the dress has dried for several hours and the bulk of the water has dripped away, it may be possible to hang the dress to finish drying it. Carefully spread any layers of tulle in the skirt or lining and smooth out all wrinkles in the dress as much as possible. This will make the pressing process easier.
  • Press it. You may choose to have a dry-cleaner steam your dress, or you may press it yourself. If you press it yourself, we recommend that you first wash and dry your ironing board cover to remove any dirt, starch, or sizing. Spread a clean sheet on the floor of your working area to protect the dress as you press it. It is best if you use a clean press cloth of white cotton sheeting or muslin unless you are using a brand new or freshly cleaned iron. It is a rare iron that is clean enough to press a wedding dress without risk.

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  • 1 x Beaded Ruffle Short & Mini Wedding Dresses