Post # 1
I was looking at my dress last night and lo and behold, the seamstress didn’t sew the points of the beading that meet at the side seams on the dress (wearing Maggie Sottero’s “Jenna”).
I left a message at the dress shop last night (of course I knew they weren’t open) and will probably just go over there with my dress this morning. I was so happy after I got my dress that I wouldn’t have to work with them anymore (I grew weary of their overt fauxness and poor listening skills). It should be a quick fix, but I have this horrible feeling it’s going to be a battle to get them to do it.
I can’t believe they missed that! Hell, I can’t believe I didn’t notice when I had it on! Why, why, why??????? Well, I suppose it was better for me to notice now rather than Saturday morning!
Post # 3
@Birdie Love: Oh wow your wedding is SATURDAY! Well, best of luck today getting that taken care of. Everything will be okay, and you’re going to be beautiful on wedding day!
Post # 4
Yes at least you caught it early!! Sorry that happened, but I’m sure they’ll fix it for you in time!
Post # 5
DId you alterations person add more beading to the dress? Or is this a flaw from the manufacturer?
Post # 6
@bells: The seamstress had to let the sides out about a half an inch, so I am guessing when she did that she overlooked sweing the two ends of the beading back together. Definitely not a manufactuer’s flaw.
Post # 7
And just as I suspected, the shop manager was a defensive bitch about it and somehow tried to blame me. I am still waiting for the phone call letting me know my dress is ready for me to pick up.