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  1. The Ultimate Winter Ball Dresses at the Paris Fashion Week wholesale halloween costumes 2016 It's OK if you're a bit of a wimp. So are some idiva editors. While British dominance was witnessed in most of the styles by Dior and Chanel, we loved the flowing silhouettes with exaggerated embellishments that rounded up our search for the ideal ballroom dresses. Following his staple red carpet style, Andrew GN, this season, presented a line of fluffy gowns and dresses for fall. This royal blue hand-stitched gown looks regal when paired with an embroidered black fur cape. Elie Saab is the go-to brand for gorgeous looking Halloween Costumes Outlet gowns. This season, his collection celebrated the beauty of black and silver with tassels. We loved this blood shot red gown for its see-through lace detailing, showing off the model’s lean figure while also perfecting her powerful persona. Walking into a Giambattista Valli boutique and expecting something understated is plain silly as the Italian designer is all about romanticism. This is exactly what we spotted in this gown. Flaunting a royal Grecian princess silhouette, the white floor sweeping dress beautifully infuses the Victorian collar ideal for the perfect date ball dances. Regardless of his catastrophic past, designer uyyikjlhjkgh John Galliano lined up an interesting collection for his eponymous label for fall ’16. From military jackets with the dragonfly motif to the androgynous look, the collection only had this one layered black gown which he paired with sneakers. Even though Lanvin seems excited about its newly-appointed artistic director Bouchra Jarrar, the collection saw a slight setback, possibly since Alber Elbaz is no longer with brand. However, we kind of loved this grey evening dress that may not work well with the fur scarf yet it stood out because of the intricately embroidered top half of the gown. While the collection is quite OTT, Maison Margiela, headed by John Galliano, stood out in the shimmer trend report of the year. Minus the leather belt, the shiny tulle gown is a magical recreation of Maison Margiela’s artisanal gowns. Valentino surely has our vote as the best winter line showcased at the Paris Fashion Week. Opening the show with nude gowns and dresses, the designer recreated the famous Le Ball of Paris on the ramp. We loved this plunging white neckline gown with vertical ruffles and a cape fur coat. Remember we talked about Valentino’s nude gown opening? Here is a glimpse of their best nude dress at the show. Sometimes even the ball needs to get edgy, and here is Vionnet Paris revamping the scarf dress concept into a whimsical print orange and black gown. The first word that came to our mind when we saw this gown is Gothic Bride. Yves Saint Laurent meddled around with darker shades this season, totally making this black dress perfect for a ballroom night.