If this gown could be named after a flower, it would be a white orchid. It is exquisite, proud, unapproachable and even exotic to some extent. It seems that the entire dress is composed of huge white petals of this mysterious flower that are woven together to swathe the fragile silhouette. The design of the top is particularly appealing, since it represents something absolutely extraordinary and by no means clichéd. The copious frills are arranged in the sophisticated ensemble and decorated with white beads that are randomly scattered to come together in the subtle doodled lines. The matching thread of beads flatteringly accentuates the waistline, which is the starting point of the abundant flowing skirt, which gracefully cascades in several layers of smooth cool silk.