Post # 1
I just purchased my wedding dress in ivory. Ivory is what I tried on in the salon, but now I’m petrified after reading another bride say that her ivory Sophia Tolli (same brand) looks gold. Please help reassure me!
Post # 3
My mermaid is ivory and black! It’s gorgeous, vintage and unique. I love it. White on me was not pretty, but blinding and not flattering at all to my skin tone. Ivory looks better on most brides. Be optimistic! 🙂
Post # 4
Mine is ivory and doesn’t look the slighest bit of gold. It only looks yellowish if you hold white next to it. It looks amazing and looks perfect on my skin. Don’t fret. A LOT of dresses are ivory.
Post # 5
mine is “diamond white” aka ivory lol
Post # 8
I have a sophia tolli dress and I ordered diamond white, which seemed close to ivory color in other brands. I remember thinking that the ivory color of this dress was a bit darker than what I was looking for. Can you call up the salloon and change the color?
Post # 9
Mine has an ivory lace bodice and the bottom is champagne/gold satin.
Post # 10
i haven’t bought a dress yet but i have strict “no white” policy. it’s one thing for a tshirt or something, but i look awful in white otherwise. my gown will be ivory or champagne (which, in my experience, is somewhere between ivory and gold).
Post # 11
My dress is Alabaster (Sottero and Midgley) and is considered their ivory color.
I will say that this same color in some photos comes off goldish and in other photos appears more creamy. It’s all about the right lighting.
However, several designers actually do have a light gold color so if it was supposed to really be gold you would know it.