Post # 1
Apart from all the keyhole, there’s another style I really love. I’ve seen several dresses in this style online, but I never know what it’s called and what to look for, so I just stumble upon them randomly.
This is the style:
It has those small layers on top of each other on the dress. This is a Mori Lee. The layers are best seen on the second photo.
Does anyone know if there’s a name for this style so I can search for more dresses? Or if anyone has seen more dresses, please give me the name of them 🙂
Post # 3
It looks like a fit and flare to me anyway.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
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Post # 5
I mean specifically the layers. Although, I did do a search on layered wedding dress and found some samples. So maybe that’s just it. I thought perhaps it had a fancy (French) name or something 😉
I mean these short layers of fabric.
Post # 6
@sfp: I did a search for ruffled wedding dresses and got some hits too. But, I don’t know that there is a really “name” for that style. Sorry!
Post # 7
Well, ruffled is something! (I’m not a native English speaker, although bilingual..So sometimes I lack a bit of vocabulary). Thanks!
Post # 8
@sfp: I think it may be called a Tiered Wedding Dress, try searching that and maybe you will get some good hits. Good luck.
Post # 9
Try “pleated” or “bandage dress” too.. that might help. And the fabric is “satin organza”.
Incidentally, I tried that dress on, and I LOVED IT so much! I was buying a sample though and some of the pleats across my hip were messed up, so I ended up buyng a different, but very similar dress.
Post # 11
@sfp: search tiered, tiered ruffles, organza tiers, tulle tiers. Hope this helps.
Post # 12
Thanks you guys! I would’ve never come up with the word tiered or tiers as I simply didn’t know it!