Post # 1
So, I got this dress of of ebay for $50 (brand new with tags)! I actually was expecting it to be in pretty bad shape, but I was prepared to fix it because $50 was a steal. Imagine my excitement when it came new and clean! So my plan was to have it crashed from an a line to a fit and flare. A few hundred dollars and am amazing seamstress later, it’s nearly complete! The picture was at my second to last fitting, so there are some pins amid such. The dead turned out beautiful, and I can’t wait to wear it I’m less than two weeks. Eeek!!!
Post # 3
… and please pardon my crazy spelling mistakes. Swype gets carried away sometimes. Also, post your alterations!
Post # 4
- Wedding: November 2013 - old cheese factory
@FutureMrsHuneyBee: omg! turned out AMAZING! congrats.
Post # 5
I don’t think I’ve ever been so impressed with seamstress work!
Your dress looks SO incredible–the changes are amazing!
Post # 6
@FutureMrsHuneyBee: Wow your dress looks amazing!!
I don’t know that I’d call mine a major alteration, but my dress did for from super poofy and huge, to much more a-line. I also ditched the sash I originally intended on using.
Post # 7
Those both look great! Nice choice ladies
Post # 8
Fifty dollars?! WOW! Your dress looks great!
Post # 9
@whitums: your dress ended up beautiful!
Thank you guys for the kind words. I’m really happy with it. I didn’t think what I wanted was even possible, but it turned out beautiful! I’m so excited! !
Post # 10
@FutureMrsHuneyBee: Wow!! What a transformation. You look stunning in it!!