Definitions for ball gown
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word ball gown
the most formal gown; worn to a ball
A ball gown is the most formal female attire for social occasions. It is traditionally a full-skirted gown reaching the floor, made of luxurious fabric, delicately and exotically trimmed. Most versions are cut off the shoulder with decollete necklines. Such gowns are typically worn with a stole, cape or cloak in lieu of a coat, "good" jewellery and opera-length gloves. Standard accessories are dancing shoes and a clutch style evening bag. Where "state decorations" are to be worn, they are on a bow pinned to the chest, and married women wear a tiara if they have one. The ball gown shape has changed little since the mid-19th century. Although artificial fabrics are now sometimes used, the most common fabrics are satin, silk, taffeta and velvet with trimmings of lace, pearls, sequins, embroidery, ruffles and ruching.
The numerical value of ball gown in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ball gown in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Fred Astaire may have thought he knew how to dance, but Ginger Rogers did it backwards, wearing a ball-gown, on high-heels, and didn’t make him look foolish.” Instead, my little bookkeeper was a bitch pussy: capable of taking a pounding, and getting off on it. Complete touch with his feminine mind. And when we had danced our little dance, “she” ended it emptying a legal glock pistolee into our faces laughing “her” head off saying “silly little dirty Neanderthal: you thought there wasn’t an ending to you?”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hw1SKn5eFM I never met this guy!!!
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