My dress cannot be altered. Back to square one! Suggestions?

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 2
Member
932 posts
Busy bee

Could you see if the salon will take back their sample and you could buy the same dress in your size?

Post # 3
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1794 posts
Buzzing bee

I’d seek a second or third opinion before giving up. The gown is gorgeous, and before investing in gown #2, why not get the opinion of a different seamstress?

Of course you may have to spend what you had originally thought you’d saved, but fact is, your present gown is GORGEOUS, so don’t give up so easily!

The issue about the slip is just a matter of finding the right seamstress too, I’ll bet.

GOOD LUCK,however this works out!

Post # 4
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1145 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Sheesh, this is like the third thread I’ve seen about Maggie dresses being sub par in quality! 🙁 what a bummer. Could you resell the dress and order a new one?

Post # 8
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2288 posts
Buzzing bee

MarriedSandrine:  

Yeah personally I never got the Maggie Sottero hype I woked for a salon that carried them and the brand seemed overpriced for the product you got. I went a head and recommended some similar dresses from brands I love and are reasonably priced.

Mori Lee 2708

Essense of Australia D1688

Wtoo ‘Eloise’

Ellis Bridal 11433

Jasmine Bridal F161056

Venus Bridal VE8689

Post # 9
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531 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

thats really rubbish. maybe just take the hit and get the full priced gown? your options are limited to the designers the store stocks i guess.

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