Post # 1
i need help! we are looking to do a shabby chic wedding. relaxed atmosphere. really want to do the “mismatched bridesmaids dresses within the same color palette” look.
i have seen a lot of people posting looks from modcloth.com…but i am worried about their quality and the warnings that their dresses run small and super short. can anyone point me in the right direction? looking for romantic looking flowing knee length or above dresses for the girls and i am so stuck.
colors: dusty rose and purple, olive, taupes, dull burnt orange, dull marigold etc (a vintage feel).
PLEASE TELL ME THERE IS SOMEONE WHO CAN HELP!?
Post # 3
Great idea, I did something similar, but different colors! Here is a picture:
They all ordered from Alfred Angelo.. great quality!
Post # 4
super cute! that’s very similar to what i am looking to do! i keep finding looks online that i love that have been put together by people or in editorials- but i have no idea where to get the dresses because it is never noted :/
Post # 5
I’m trying the same concept; I find it so adorable! But I’m out of luck on the Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses too. I love the modcloth site (and their prices!) but their dresses are Super short..
Post # 6
My sister and I were looking through Mod Cloth for inspiration. They are cute, but we also thought they were too short.
We actually found a seamstress who will make bridesmaid dresses for about $60 a piece, so we’re just using it for inspiration and then buying the fabric.
Doesn’t hurt to ask around. The dress types from Mod Cloth don’t seem that hard to execute compared to “fancy” bridesmaids dresses.