(Closed) Talk to me about hoop slips/crini’s

posted 7 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
23 posts
  • Wedding: April 2012

The way the Adore is shaped, I think that I would either have the crinoline sewn into the bottom of the dress to make it fuller…hence not wearing anything, or I would get a fit and flare slip. They are made differently. A normal hoop/crinoline skirt may start up too high and cause the dress to be mis-shaped or the slip to be seen.

I would purchase the fit/flare slip and if I didn’t like wearing the slip, but loved the fullness. I would have the crinoline from it just sewn into the skirt.

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