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Found it on a photographer’s blog, from a 2007 wedding. The style makes me think of Kenneth Pool or Priscilla of Boston, but I’ve never seen it anywhere while I looked through millions of dresses in the past six months. Probably discontinued but I’ll take a chance and ask since people seem to have magical powers here in being able to idnetify obscure dresses 🙂 Had I seen this dress anywhere while I was shopping it would’ve been the one!
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Sorry I don’t, but I remember Kenneth Pool having a bunch of dresses that were that style when I was trying stuff on at Saks. Maybe you can email the photog?
Post # 6
Yeah….you may want to email the photog to see if he/she can get the info from the bride.
At first thought, it reminds of dresses by Lazaro like this:
Post # 7
With all that beading…hmmm..I’m not sure exactly what it is but it almost looks identical to an Eve of Milady & Amalia Carrara…..
Or even an Allure with all the beading………
Post # 8
Hrm… my first thought was Lazaro but if it is it’s been discontinued, although possible since that wedding was in 2007. I love it though, although I LOVE your current dress as well, it makes me want to sell my Pnina
Post # 9
Thanks everyone. It’s kinda similar to all the pics you posted, but I don’t think it’s any of them. One the skirt the beading ends halfway down the calf and the very bottom is plain tulle. Simply gorgeous. Doesn’t hurt that the bride is beautiful as well.
@peanutlovespumpkin – You’re probably right. When I went to Saks I had to force myself to not look at anything above $6,000, and the Kenneth Pool rack was full those 🙂 Probably would’ve been way over my budget even if I found it.
@YSQueen – My dress is a Lazaro and the pic you posted was my second choice! My taste must be very consistent 🙂 That one’s a trumpet though, not a ballgown. I wish Lazaro made more ballgowns feauturing his trademark embrodiery.
@BecomingMrsWoods – That first Eve of Milady is yummy!
@Westie -Thanks so much! Which Pnina do you have? I love her dresses but we’re not lucky enough to get them here on the West coast.