Post # 1
Ok, I posted this before (sorry to those who are seeing this twice) but the headline was asking for opinions last time. So people were really nice and told me it was pretty or that it had alot going on (it does and, yes, I like that lol). But, the advice I am looking for is a little more specific. The veil is clearly unusually shaped. It has alot more around the sides and the front than any veil I have ever seen… This makes it pretty when “staged” but I don’t have a clue what it may look like when its being dragged forward by my walking. Its for sale from an online site so there is no chance for me to try it and I can’t afford to make a mistake and have to buy another. Is this an exmaple of something that is pretty on the manequin but a logistical nightmare to stage in real life? Some of my friends have suggested starching or wiring but I think that woudl make it even worse. Thoughts on the practicality of the SHAPE, especially if you have seen one similar to it in real life???
Post # 2
Hi, I own an etsy shop designing and selling veils. This veil will not keep the same shape while you’re walking. And then when you get down the aisle, your bridesmaids will have to “stage” it when you get to the alter. The veil will not automatically take on the desired shape on it’s own. When you walk down the aisle, it will look somewhat like a Mantilla.
Sorry, but I don’t have any other advice for you.
Does the online shop offer refunds?
Post # 3
I like it a lot but the number one rule I have for myself when I buy something online is to not take risks, I never risk it with clothing or shoes because I don’t know if they will fit or look good. This is a big decision, it’s your wedding veil, it’s really beautiful though but it won’t look like that when you walk down the aisle unless you have someone behind fixing it for you, that might help.
Post # 4
Golden Ticket: Yes, but its an overseas seller so the return shipping would be not worth it. Can you please send me a linkn to your etsy shop?