Post # 1
This is my first posting! Whoo hoo!!
Anyway, I saw this dress posted on Galia Lahav’s instagram page, and I cannot find it on her site ANYWHERE.
It looks like a customized version of the “Nicole” on her site, but I am unsure. I am so curious to know what the front would look like, after seeing the front of the Nicole.
I want this dress so bad and do not even know where to begin! Also, I’ve written on instagram and facebook and received no response (yet?) Do any of you know of VERY similar dresses that you can recall? Should I get it replicated? ARGH!! haha.
Thank you so much for any help.
Post # 3
I’m certain it is a custom gown. Try messaging the bride on FB to see if you can get more details.
Post # 4
@virtueandvice: Thank you so much! it really does look like the bride! How did you do that? lol. I appreciate it.
Post # 5
I’m a GL Stalker! LOL. I am always looking for detailed photos since her dresses are hard to find in the US. I knew I recalled seeing this gorgeous gown on their FB and Pinterest page.
I want to wear the Suzanne for my vow renewal so I am tryting to decide if I want to actually purchase an original or have Jasmine’s make it.
Best of luck!
Post # 6
@virtueandvice: hi was wondering if you had the galia dress made by jasmine and how did it look like?
Post # 7
@urperfectverse: similar dresses you mentioned.. have you tried looking at these
very similar =)
Post # 8
@rlyn2188: I was looking into veluz because i also thought th back detailing was similar. however, she seems to focus more on ball gown type dresses and her execution doesn’t seem as good as the israelie designers. Maybe I’m just biased because I’m filipino and I tend to think that things made in the philippines aren’t as good in quality and design. I still messaged her out of curiosity and her custom gowns start at 5k usd and her rtw gowns are between 2900-4000 usd. If you’re interested in filipino designers, here’s a list of them http://www.surrealprincess.com/2013/05/top-10-philippines-best-wedding-couturiers/
veejay floresca recently had a fashion show in canada, I believe.
filipino designers tend to be more accommodating to overseas brides because they know that most of their clientele will be overseas. Typically, you’ll send your measurements to them and they’ll make your dress out of muslin and send that to you to try on. Depending on how that fits, they’ll then make the dress from that pattern. Some of them will even skype with you.
as for me, I’m too in love with israeli designers to forget about them. Sadly, I’m very particular and probably won’t be satisfied at having a gown replicated. The little details will just get to me
Post # 9
Have you contacted anyone to ask about replicating it??