Post # 1
Sorry the pics are so big! Anyway, it is Inbal Dror (of freaking course. No way for me to get it) Does anyone know someone who makes knock offs or a similar dress? I love everything about this — sleeves, backless, fitted, crystals, perfect! haha
Post # 3
Sorry I can’t help you but I just wanted to comment on how beautiful this dress is and that I hope you can find a way to get something similar!
Post # 4
@racheljoy: Gorgeous dress! My favorite part is tlow deep low back. I’ve heard bees talk about jasmine’s bridal shop and dressilyme so you might try them. Good luck! Post pics if you do find a replica!
Post # 5
i love the lace on the dress. you can try those custom made wedding dresses website. but i think it is hard to find lace like that at cheaper price. but you can try your luck first. can recommended http://www.7foxmall.com. as my friends and i have bought dresses from there and satisfied with their dresses and quality. i think with dress like that, you should ask them whether they have similar lace or show you the lace they have, so you will not be disappointed later. good luck. thanks for posting the pic!
Post # 6
Gorgeous! Just to repeat, many seem to have luck with Jasmines.
Post # 7
Thank you ladies! It looks like the custom make is going to be my route — this dress is so stunning, but the website isn’t even in English so I don’t know the cost or how to get my hands on one! This is my second dream dress, my first was the one Bre Gant wore on Say Yes to The Dress, the J’aton Couture that was originally 17,000 and she bought it for 5900.. This one:
I have expensive taste and a not so fat wallet….. 🙁
Now, which would be an easier or safer replicate? The original one i nthe post, with the lace, or this J’aton? I think the first would..I know it’s expensive lace, but this one has a LOT of beading on it and I think it’s silk tulle at the bottom….
Also, why do I love this out of country designers? Jeesh.
Post # 8
So gorgeous!! But so $$$$… 😛
Post # 9
Dream dress? HA! Dream figure….
Post # 10
Oh my. That is a stunning dress. I would personally meet with a dressmaker and buy my own lace to replicate this gown. I don’t know if you’ll get the same quality if you outsource unless you supply your own fabric or work with the dressmaker to purchase fabric.
edit: just saw that you were asking which is easier to replicate. do you have a close-up of the other gown you posted?
Post # 11
OMG both dresses are stunning!
Post # 12
There’s another thread floating around here about this designer. What is your budget OP? Apparently some of her gowns are 5K-6K, might be worth saving for…
Post # 13
That dress is to die for! Email Jasmine’s to see what they can do and get a quote.
Post # 14
Ideally, 3K would be like tops, but if they’re actually not so out of my price range, it could be doable! Long engagement, yeah? haha (:
The other issue is, I don’t know how to order one, since the website is not in English and I think that they only have a shop in Israel, though I think there’ a Bridal Salon in the UK opening and will have them in stock…
The J’aton is in Austrailia, so again, out of country. (sigh)
I can post more pictures of the J’aton, I have a ton of them on my home computer (i’m at work, hehe.) Most people swoon over Rebecca Twigley’s J’aton dress, but I love this one so much more!
Thank you for the replies!
Post # 15
The lace dress would definitely be easier to replicate. The beading on the J’aton couture dress is so unique, intricate and crazy that I don’t think there will be a way to do the replication well.
Ps. Bre Grant’s J’aton couture dress is my dream dress as well. SO beautiful.
Post # 16
Gorgues Dress, I love the back. I dont think you should do a veil with this dress as it would take away again pretty>
I would see how much Jasmine Bridals charge, please please send pictures if you go that route