Post # 61
I’m not sure yet. The only thing that slightly annoys me about the dress is that there are layers and layers of tulle underneath the top layer of tulle that has all the lace and sometimes it gets a little bunched up, so you have to lift the lace, pull down the tulle, and then lay the lace back down. I’m asking how I can get that fixed when I go see my dress on Friday!
Post # 62
futureladyharvey: wow that is a beautiful dress and it looks GORGEOUS on you!!!! It looks like it was made for you!
Post # 63
How did you fix it? I’ve found two more dresses that I like ubt I believe “ours” is still my favorite. I had to try it on again. A big thing for me was that the shop where they had it didn’t seem to know much about alterations, while for instance, at the one I visited today, they were great about suggesting adding sleeves, changing neckline, etc. I feel like I would need to make some changes to the dress we like. It is gorgeous but I’ve felt in love with a couple of dresses with short sleeves.
Post # 64
These dresses are gorgeous!
Post # 65
This is probably still over your budget, but have you seen this:
(it’s a bridal size 18, apparently)
Post # 66
I didn’t have a blush dress, but I definitely coveted them and had I bought a dress instead of having one made, I would have chosen a blush one.
This was my dream dress – in the sense that it would only have been possible if I’d had a different body, been richer, and lived in another country LOL.
Watters Palm Springs
Post # 67
Alexandra Grecco has a silk camisole ($315) and Italian tulle skirt ($1,200) combination available in Apricot. Her ready-to-wear collection also includes tulle and chiffon skirts in short lengths in blush pinks, and both collections have the added bonus of being produced in New York.
Post # 68
- Wedding: Train station ceremony / Hilton reception
I don’t want to look like *that girl* posting her dress on every thread, but this one is SO relevant to the dress I’m pretty sure I’m going to get! Essence of Australia D1702. I’m 5’0 and just under 100 lbs and NOT standing on a box.
There is a layer of blush underneath the lace at the top AND the tulle at the bottom. The lace and outer layer of tulle are both ivory.
Post # 69
thanks! I did see this….I don’t care for the neckline (altered from sweetheart to straight across) and at $3’000 plus alterations would push me way beyond my budget 🙁 I do love how stunning she looks in it though!
I live this dress on you! I tried it on, but they didn’t have the sample in blush….I totally felt that if the sample was in blush I would of made this dress a contender!
Post # 73
It’s funny how blush ruffled dresses seem to be a thing now. Quite a few dresses out there that look similar.
Add to this one by Sophia Tolli. Actually that colour is called Mocha but it looks blush-ish or oatmeal to me. Would love to see a Bee try it just to work out what colour it actually is!
Post # 74
I’m not a fan of the ruffles, but that being said the post that compares modles to actual people made me realize I don’t know what I like! Lol. People always look different and lots of dresses I wouldn’t of given a second look on the model are stunning on people. I do think the colour is beautiful.
Post # 75
Oh, I wasn’t necessarily suggesting it for you, I just find the colour interesting and would like to see it on a real bride.
It is weird how so many pink dresses have ruffles though. I guess we can blame the Divina for that.