Post # 1
I’ve found what I think may be The One as far as dresses go, its the VW351172 by Vera Wang @ Davids Bridal, but I’m not a fan of how the low waist looks on my lower belly. Is it possible for a seamstress to raise up the skirt by a few inches so it’s more flattering? I searched the product code and nabbed this pic off google to make a before and after, if its any fellow bees, I hope you don’t mind!
Post # 3
From where I’m looking, it not only looks totally do-able, but pretty easy! And I used to do a lot of seamstress work.
Post # 4
@BrandNewBride: Thanks! Plus, I figured that would save them needing to hem the bottom because I’m short, haha.
Post # 5
I will never understand why dress designers think it’s a good idea to have a dress cut a woman off right at the hoo-ha.
Once the skirt is moved up, it will be a very pretty dress, though!
Post # 6
@pharmy: Right?! I get the idea, but if you have any kind of lower-tummy pooch, thats ALL you see sticking out from the side. It definitely flatters the girl wearing it in the pic, but on me its a hot mess in its current state.
Plus I wanted to switch it to corset back, and I don’t want it corsetting past my bum either! makes SO much mose sense to raise it up, so the natural corset ends can be tucked in and hidden beneath the rose skirt.