Post # 1
So my dress has come in. I love the dress itself but the sash that it comes with is a much darker champagne than the sample I tried on (guess it was faded)…and I just want to remove it and replace it with something a little less colorful. Unfortunately the sash is sewn to the front of the dress (it’s lose in the back so you can tie it.
Anyone know if this would be removable? The whole dress is organza. Sash too. Or am I crazy here? Should I keep it? I just feel like it looks a little…blah. I’d rather have something with a little sparkle.
Post # 3
I am sure a seamstress can:) I would add sparkle!
Post # 4
yeah, it’s doable… but a seamstress would have to tell you (and make sure you ASK her BEFORE you leave the dress to have it done) whether there’d be little thread holes in the material after the sash was gone… Now if you plan to put a sash back that’s the same or bigger, then thread holes won’t show. but if you want thinner sashes, then it might… another option is to put sparkly white/champagne OVER the one that’s there! 🙂 i did this with my dress… i put a sparkly ivory sash over the original ivory satin one that was there… (but i tried it with champagne and it was gorgeous! my colors were blue and silver, though, so a warm champagne wouldn’t have worked) here’s a picture (and sorry it’s huge!)–
Post # 5
Unless the dress is built really strangely, it should be easy to snip off, and there’s no worry about what it looks like underneath if you’re adding another belt