Has anyone had experience with these dresses for their wedding? I like the versatility, but are they easy to style? They look good on models online, but I’m concerned we won’t get them to look the same in real life. If you’ve used these weddings, do you have any recommendations for good brands, or pictures? Thanks!
I wore one in a wedding a couple of years ago from www.twobirdsbridesmaid.com. It was nice because each of us BM’s got to wear the dress the way we wanted and since we were all in CA we made a road trip to Los Angeles to try them on before we bought them. They even have an app on the iphone that gives you tutorial videos on the style options. I would thinkt that even if you got dresses from somewhere else, you could still utilize the app and tutorial videos.
The only problem is that the dresses were chocolate colored. I haven’t had an occasion to wear it again, if it were a different color then maybe i could wear it.
My MOH and bridesmaids wore them in navy and my sponsors wore them in grey, all floor length.They came out super great!! They all looked great even with their different body types. The ladies enjoyed experimenting and they’re excited about being able to wear them again. A friend also had all her bridesmaids wear the same in red. They loved them so much that they ordered more in diff colors. And if they get sick of the long dress, they can get them changed to a shorter length I’ll PM you a photo if I can find a good one!
I used convertible dresses for my wedding in July and the girls loved them! I got them from a seller on Etsy (I don’t remember her name, sorry!) and I ordered one for myself as well. Every one of my bridesmaids has worn her dress again, too. They are definitely something that you would need to practice with ahead of time, though. I watched a few YouTube videos and it helped with tying it.
That’s the best pic I have on my phone for now!
My sister got one for my wedding in a blue colour and not only does she look super lovely in it it is rewearable. We are thinking of changing it several points throughout the day- so they are easy to restyle. I would suggest, though a GOOD strapless, backless bra (my sis is petite and it ‘hangs low’ on her back making a low-back bra impossible). It is fun playing with it and it is virtually indestructable and really becomming. I would also suggest having a ‘play’ with one because there are infinite (almost!) possiblilties and we kapt trying and being like ‘oooh! I like that!’ every time lol … a good tip is (sounds weird) but is to video yourself trying it out coz we could’nt remember many of the styles we did afterwards. First time she tried it on we only took photos of end product, and couldnt remember how to wrap but if you do a quick vid on your ohone of the wrapping you’ll remember. Sounds dumb but it works!