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House of Wu La Glitter
Quinceanea is an important part of Latin culture for years. It stems from an ancient custom of presenting a young woman to society. Today, Quinceanera is the most lavish 15th birthday party you could imagine. And the big part of the celebration, if not the most important (apart from the birthday girl, of course) is the dress. That is why young Quinceaneras take a lot of time to choose just the right gown for their big fiesta.
This House of Wu 24030 royal blue quince gown features a basket weave bodice, with crystal beadwork along the strapless sweetheart neckline and basque waist. Layers of tulle and sparkle tulle comprise the ballgown skirt on this two piece dress, finished with an oversize bow that snaps into the laced-up back.
This House of Wu 24022 3 piece royal blue sweet 16 dress features a strapless cocktail dress, a tiered ballgown skirt and a three-quarter sleeve bolero. Metallic embroidery adorns the corset bodice, detailed with a sweetheart neckline, basque waist and laced-up back. Matching embroidery accents the full-length taffeta skirt, with wide horsehair trims for volume and definition. Gold coins and medallions decorate the front bodice and the notched collar.
This House of Wu 24023 3 piece ivory sweet 16 gown includes a satin cocktail dress, a tiered ballgown skirt and a removable halter strap with a notched collar. Floral embroidery decorates the shoulder piece and the strapless short dress. The corset bodice is detailed with a sweetheart neckline, laced-up back and basque waist. The glitter tulle skirt is trimmed with lace, matching the removable short underskirt.
This House of Wu 24024 three piece royal blue quinceanera gown features a satin cocktail dress, a ruffled ballgown skirt and a three-quarter sleeve bolero. Floral embroidery decorates the strapless short dress, with a notched neckline, basque waist and laced-up back. Panniers add flair to the flared short skirt, while silver coins and medallions adorn the bodice and collar. Set includes a matching stole.
This House of Wu 24025 two piece gold quince dress features a sequined corset bodice, with a strapless sweetheart neckline, basque waist and laced-up back. Floral appliques and crystal beadwork lend an asymmetrical style to the fitted top, with a ruched overlay on the lower panel. The ruffled ballgown skirt is crafted in glitter tulle and organza.
This House of Wu 24026 burgundy quince gown features a strapless corset bodice, with a subtly curved neckline, ruched bust, basque waist and laced-up back. Crystal trims and lace appliques embellish the fitted top, with a pleated band around the underbust. Layers of glitter tulle make up the ballgown skirt, accented with taffeta bands and beaded lace near the hem. A removable bow at the back completes this two piece dress.
This House of Wu 24027 peach sweet 16 dress features a corset bodice in novelty lace, with a strapless sweetheart neckline, basque waist and laced-up back. Crystal beads and lace appliques lend texture to the fitted top, complementing the ruffled topskirt. Layers of glitter tulle comprise the ballgown skirt, with wired edging for volume and definition.
This House of Wu 24028 royal blue sweet 16 gown features a floral-beaded strapless bodice, with a deep sweetheart neckline, basque waist and laced-up back. The Mikado corset top complements the topskirt, which shimmers with metallic embroidery and 3D flowers. Layers of iridescent organza and glitter tulle complete the ballgown skirt, falling to a wired hem.
This House of Wu 24029 baby blue quinceanera dress features a strapless corset bodice, with a deep sweetheart neckline, laced-up back and basque waist. Crystal beads and lace appliques embellish the fitted top and the folds on the box-pleated ballgown skirt. Five bow appliques trail toward the chapel train. This 2 piece Mikado gown is styled with a nude modesty panel and in-seam pockets.
This House of Wu 24021 three piece lilac quince gown features a satin corset, a ballgown skirt and a sheer bodysuit with an illusion V-neckline and cap sleeves. Lace appliques and AB stones adorn the nude bodysuit. Matching embellishments decorate the strapless top, detailed with an eyelash-trimmed sweetheart neckline, exposed boning, basque waist and laced-up back. Scalloped lace edges the sparkle tulle skirt, completed with an oversize organza bow at the back.
LA Glitter is a new Quinceañera collection designed exclusively for House of Wu by noted designer Jose Cerda. Jose Cerda is the owner of LA Glitter Designs, a boutique for Quinceañeras on Jefferson Boulevard in Dallas, “the Quinceanera capital of the U.S.” This collection of stellar ball gowns is all about letting girls shine bright and show their inner sparkle. From full glitz and glam to sophisticated designs, the LA Glitter dresses have everything a girl would want to feel like a princess, but also stay true to her personal style.
The styles range from ruffled ballgown skirts in glitter tulle and organza, to a removable tiered ballgown skirt paired with a fun and sassy satin cocktail dress. The laced-up backs add a dose of vintage charm, and a bow at the waist the romantic touch. If you like more drama in your dress, then take look at incredibly lavish fully ruffled ball gown with a detachable train. When you enter the room in this spectacular dress everyone will just stop and stare for sure.
Dresses for a Mexican Quinceañera
The designer of this collection wasn’t thinking just about style, but incorporated a lot of his Mexican heritage into it. The shining example of that is a white dress with the bodice, panier and topskirt adorned by gold embroidery. On the gown there are metal medallions that feature the Mayan Calendar and the United Mexican States Coat of Arms. The standout piece is also a three piece style - a multi-tier ruffle organza skirt paired with a satin, ¾ sleeve bolero with sleeve cuffs. The bodice and bolero are decorated with floral embroidery and silver coins and medallions.
All quince dresses in this collection are original and beautiful products, made from the highest quality materials. The only thing that is up to you is to find your dream sweet 15 dress. We suggest that you start looking as much as 12 months in advance. Just as Jose Alfredo Cerda says: “There is a saying in Latin culture: a wedding can wait, but not a quinceañera.”
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