This bustle tends to transform the dress silhouette from the back, essentially making the train disappear. With a ballroom bustle, it doesn’t even look like the dress has been bustled at all, but rather gives the illusion that it was a floor-length gown all along. To create a ballroom bustle, multiple bustle points are sewn around the bodice, and the fabric folds into itself delicately. This style, however, is typically the most expensive given that more bustle points need to be sewn in. Good bustle style for: ball gowns.