Post # 1
hi ladies again!
I am in a wheelchair and am going to have my dress made when the time comes. I was in love with the lz3108 but, i decided I want to have more of a sexy princess look. I saw the Lz3217 and fell in love. I made an earlier post asking if I was too fat for the style but after further research it seems to be hard to sit in a mermaid and that is mostly what I will be doing. anyone have any ideas on how I can still get this look and still be sitting? pics attached of me and the dress.
Post # 3
Can totally be done, I say you need to go dress shopping and try on a bunch of styles to see what you like, if you are set on yours but doesn’t allow mobility that could be a huge issue.
Post # 4
- Wedding: December 2014 - Catal Restaurant
Maybe buy the dress alittle big so you have the space in the hip are to bed. Then have the waist and the bust tailored down to your size.
Post # 5
If you want a mermaid, I’d say go with a true mermaid that starts at the knees, as opposed to a trumpet or fit and flare that starts higher up on the thigh. In a sitting position, a true mermaid would give you a longer Silhouette and not bunch around your hips. Good tailoring will allow you to sit in the gown. Good luck, and keep us posted!
Post # 6
@MrsGarrityToBe: this is the dress in real life… I thought it was gorgeous but fell in luv with a pnina. Other look cn easily b achieved especially since there is soooo much beading even on the skirt it’s simply stunning. And no your nowhere near fat, so don’t even let that b a concern
Post # 7
@babypearls: thanks! You look great in it! Did you try it on at klienfields? ive called many shops no one seems to carry it:(
Post # 8
@MrsGarrityToBe: I’m sorry I just saw this but I tried it on in texas at stardust celebrations