(Closed) Another Crinoline Question

posted 6 years ago in Accessories
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Beautiful dress!

I haven’t got a crinoline yet, but I plan on it. I’m bumping to see other replies, especially regarding ebay ones. I was looking at one that I was thinking about, but upon closer inspection it really didn’t look like it was put together well (layers looked crooked).

If you do end up getting one that is scratchy, I would think that a thin, normal slip underneath could solve the problem.

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I have now bought 3 crinolines 🙂  The first one I bought from Alfred Angelo when I got my dress.  Well when it came in I made the mistake of just taking it with me and not trying it on, it wasn’t the full slip like I had tried on with my dress, it was more of an a line, not a ball gown, and they told me there was nothing I could do about it.  So I’m going to sell that one on ebay.  The second one I bought off ebay, it was a david’s bridal crinoline, it was full enough, but I preferred a drawstring waist (like the one from alfred angelo) to the zipper, the drawstring felt more breathable, the zipper sat higher and felt tighter.  So I sold that one on ebay and bought a 3rd, very full drawstring crinoline and I love it.  It’s very comfortable and light and definitely full enough for a ball gown.

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