Post # 1
Hi! I have been looking all over the internet, but I cannot seem to find anything about the Lazaro LZ3364 wedding dress – no real bride pictures, reviews, etc.
Does anyone have any information regarding this dress? I am absolutely in love with it, but I want to know more. I already bought a wedding dress, only to find out from someone else who bought it that the dress has a tendecny to tear/rip easily due to the delicate tulle skirt. I don’t want the same thing to happen again!
Post # 3
Hey there! I haven’t seen any real brides in this dress unfortuantely 🙁
But as a professional bridal consultant, I do have some insight as far as the tulle is concerned. We have quite a few dresses in our store made from a material called “soft tulle” which is what it sounds like. Softer than regular, slightly scratchy tulle. It’s very soft and thin fabric, but I’ve never heard of any bride having an issue, and it’s one of our most sold fabrics. (I’ll attach a pic as an example.)
Also, that dress looks like it has horse hair edges, which help the fabric to stand away from the body and also act as a sealant vs. having tulle with raw edges which can easily get frayed or snagged.
Anyways… I don’t think you should be concerned as far as the fabric goes, wedding gowns are meant to look delicate. Find a store that carries Lazaro and call to see if they have this particular style… and go try it on! It’ll look different on everyone. The only way to see if this style works for you is to try it. Hope this helped!
Post # 4
Gorgeous dress! I wouldn’t worry about ripping/tearing.
Post # 5
@bridalbee93: Thank you for posting this!!! After looking at so many dresses online I couldn’t put into words what I like! I like the look of tulle but not the stiffness, so glad to hear that exists with a proper name lol It’ll be so much easier to describe to my bridal consultant 🙂
Post # 6
Not a problem. I’m not 100% sure if that specific dress is soft tulle because I haven’t seen it in person. But that is a great fabric to mention to your consultant because again, it is tulle but is a completely different texture and weight.
I’d also mention that you like the layers to be edged with horsehair, which is that border you see on the skirt. That’s a fairly popular trend right now, so I’m sure they’ll have a few styles to look at with that feature.
Another great fabric to look into if you like a structured, yet soft look would be organza.
Another similar style: http://www.jlmcouture.com/Hayley-Paige/Bridal/Fall/2013/Style-6353
Please let me know if you have any other questions!
Post # 7
@bridalbee93: That is SO helpful thank you very much! I will definitely let you know if I have any other questions 🙂
A2902C sorry for going off topic!
Post # 8
I have never seen a bride in that particular dress before. I bought a Tara Keely dress (Lazaro’s budget friendly line) with horse hair edges and I totally LOVE it!
Post # 9
@bridalbee93: That’s the exact dress that I already purchased Demetrios Style 532! So weird. But yeah, I heard from a friend who purchased that dress that by the end of the night, her dress was completely torn and ripped. I’m just really worried about that. Thanks for all the advice! Have an appointment to check out the Lazaro dress in a couple of weeks!