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Evening gown

British pronunciation/ˈiːvnɪŋ ɡˈaʊn/
American pronunciation/ˈiːvnɪŋ ɡˈaʊn/
Evening gown

a long elegant dress that is usually worn on formal occasions or events that take place after evening

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What is an "evening gown"?

An evening gown is a formal dress worn by women for special events, such as weddings, galas, or formal dinners. It is typically long and made from luxurious fabrics such as silk, satin, or chiffon. Evening gowns are often designed to be form-fitting, with intricate detailing such as beading or embroidery, and may feature a train or a flowing skirt. They can come in a variety of colors, but classic choices include black, navy, and jewel tones. Accessories such as jewelry, high heels, and a clutch bag can complete the look of an evening gown, making it a timeless and elegant choice for any formal occasion.

1Tried a cotton evening gown.
2During a lull in the festivities at the 2015 Miss America Pageant, host Chris Harrison updated the TV audience on what was coming up next: the evening gown portion.
3You made it to the evening gown.
4I never think of an evening gown with a front zipper.
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