(Closed) Any Anjolique Brides?

posted 9 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I picked a different dress but an Anjolique is one of the first dresses I tried on. It was one of the hardest to get out of my head until I found my dress. The fabric felt amazing and it the dress seemed like it was put together really well. The reason I didn’t go with it was because I’m having an outdoor wedding and the one I loved was super heavy with a lot of fabric in the bottom layers and I figured I’d get really hot and tired carrying that weight around. I don’t have buying experience but they seem like really quality dresses. Good luck!

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I’m an Anjolique bride! My wedding isn’t until next year but I got my dress super early (due to a change in date) so it’s just sitting in the shop for now. I didn’t specifically go for Anjolique dresses though. I frankly didn’t know until I signed the invoice that the designer was Anjolique. I have to admit, my dress looked different from the picture on the website. It was the way the model was posed; it just didn’t show off the dress well enough, IMO.

Post # 5
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Helper bee

I’m Anjolique 1010!  I just put down the deposit and am so excited about it!!!!  

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I was an Anjolique bride! It’s not too common a designer! I also wore Anjolique 1010, as did another hostess, Driftslikesmoke.

Here’s pics of me in my dress, front and back: [attachment=251622,28434] [attachment=251622,28435]

Post # 9
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Helper bee

i am about to buy my anjolique, the wedding is may 2010. i didn’t go after an anjolique, but fell in love with style 930! the fabric is to die for, and the gathering of the fabric is so slimming! here’s a pic of me in the dress. i have not heard anything negative about the designer and the prices are reasonable…

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Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I bought my dress in the proper size and it required minimal alterations. However, I wore a bridal size 10, and the sample I tried on was a 12, so it was pretty easy to figure out what to get. If you’re trying on a dress farther away from your true size, there’s more guesswork, but I think that’s true no matter what dress you’re buying. The fabric is just sumptuous and the ruching on the waist is super slimming!

I had to get the dress hemmed (I am 5’6, and it was still very very long) and bustled and I had the bust taken in a few inches. Otherwise it fit like a glove.

Post # 12
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Busy bee

I’m getting style #921…should be in in a few days actually!!!  I ordered it in the beginning of May.

Post # 14
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94 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

My style is 967. It comes with this detachable poofy train but I’m not going to use that. Not sure what I’ll use it for yet.

Post # 15
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Helper bee

I ordered mine July 3rd and it’s ship date is October 1st.  With a wedding in March I am hoping I have plenty of time for it to come in and to have alterations done!

Post # 16
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I was an Anjolique bride as well, styl 1010.  And absolutely loved mine.  They are somewhat hard to locate.  I found mine here at a local store and then found it online at Victoria’s Bridal Couture for $350 less.  And bought it right up.  The fabric was fantastic (silk), the manufacturing was great — everyone commented on it and I couldn’t be happiere.

Attached is a photo of it.  

I am considering selling it – so if anyone wants it, let me know.

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