have you seen this dress before?

posted 2 years ago in Dress
Post # 2
1099 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

Maybe try saving the picture off ebay instead of doing a screenshot then try to use tineye.com to do an image search?

Post # 4
298 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

julielm75:  For me, reverse image search on google always gives me more hits than tineye. I’d try that too. 

Post # 6
501 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014 - Nazareth Hall

I’m gonna go with my gut instinct and say it isn’t from that designer. I tried google searching it and there are no mori lee dresses that even have that fabric, unless it is really REALLY old. Is the label that important to you though? If you trust the person selling it and like the dress who cares who makes it?

Post # 7
2106 posts
Buzzing bee


If its Mori Lee it is a VERY OLD Mori Lee. They have been around for a while I have worked at store for three years that has carried them and I have never seen anything that looks like that.

  • This reply was modified 2 years ago by  llussier.
Post # 8
39 posts

I would set an appointment with a store that carries Mori Lee, and explain the situation. Very often online dresses can have fake tags in them. It could be a knockoff from China that they stick a tag into. 

Post # 9
343 posts
Helper bee

If I were you I’d just use the descriptives of “sheath, tiered, ruffle, ivory” and use it to look for dresses that are similar.

This dress to me looks like the dresses my cousins wore in about 2004ish, at least has some of the same elements.

Post # 11
883 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2015 - On a Cliff Overlooking the Bay, Florida


julielm75:  My dress is Mori Lee and couldn’t fins this anywhere in their collecions

Post # 12
42089 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

julielm75:  I would email the pic to Mori Lee and ask if they can be of any help. Most companies have one long term employee who is the unofficial historian.

Post # 14
282 posts
Helper bee

I tried googling Mori Lee along with some descriptors, “blush, corset, ruffle, sheath, et cetera” but came up empty handed.  I also tried searching with descriptors, only.   If the seller said it is Mori Lee, could you ask them to take a picture of the label?  That is how I identified my dress, which I got in a second-hand store.<br /><br />Also, how far off from your size is the dress?  It looks like it wouldn’t be very difficult to alter.

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