Post # 1
I have a very long, wide black sash for my dress. I love it, but I cannot figure out how to double wrap it around my waist without it looking twisted and wrinkled. Any suggestions? I’m just going to do a simple bow in the back so I need the front to look thick and smooth.
Here is a picture of the sash and how I would like it tied (except in the back and not on the side) – see how it is doubled? Any ideas?
Post # 3
I have a similar sash situation and could not figure it out for the life of me! I had to look back to my dress shopping pictures to figure out how it’s done. This is what worked for me: Put the sash around your waist so that it is open in the back (so around the front of your dress) and then wrap it around yourself carefully as to overlap it and bring it back around to the back. The bow in the back should cover up the twisted looking thing, and in the front you have to be extra careful to keep the sash as flat as possible. If that doesn’t work, try it from the other direction too. I might have given you backwards directions, because mine ties in the front instead of the back. I hope that helps!
Post # 4
Mrs. Dee to Bee sounds like she has it down pat! But if for some reason that doesn’t work, could you go into your bridal salon where you bought your dress and ask if they know how to do it?