Haute Couture prom dress with sleeves and embroidered bodice
The characters of Nizami’s poem “Majnun and Layla” are called Arabian Romeo and Juliet. The only difference is that their love was platonic, they hardly exchanged a couple of words. Layla was forced to get married and she was carted away forever, breaking the heart of a young Bedouin.
The bodice embroidered with lace virtuously hides arms and shoulders. The scarlet scattered lace looks like crests of flame that flashed up in the hearts of lovers. Transparent sleeves add a seductive and mysterious touch to the image and voluminous skirt is perfect for any occasion. Layla’s movements are light and musical, like the melody of an Arabian monist, velvety skin is tender, and a pixyish glance from under thick eyelashes excites the soul and evocates dreams.