The only images of Rose in this stunning gown barely show the top half of the bodice. Thankfully, as this is the
Dinner Gown in white, plenty is known about it. Four heavily-beaded layers of silk organza (chiffon may be used) drape across the front of this gown over silk taffeta (dupioni may be used). The middle two layers continue onto the train, which slants to the right in Edwardian fashion. A detachable wrist loop enables the wearer to carry the train. Several versions of this gown are available, from unbeaded to Swarovski crystal. The fully beaded and crystal versions require about 18,000 sequins (silver or iridescent) and 23,000 crystals that are individually applied by hand. Beads are either fire-polished glass or Swarovski crystal, no plastic!
More photos are in the Facebook album for this gown.