Post # 62
Hi Ladies! I am pleased to see you are all Jasmine brides as well! I was originally coveting a Maggie Sottero gown but didn’t feel “right” in her dresses. Call me hasty but I’m not getting married until 2013. The weekend after I got engaged, I tried on my Jasmine T383 and fell in love (but not as much as in love with my fiancee, of course!) Because this dress is from the 2010 collection, I didn’t want to pass it up! As a bigger-sized and shorter bride (I’m 5’0″!), this dress makes me feel wonderful about my figure and my height. It doesn’t make me feel fat or feel like a giant poofball. I’ve decided to wear a thin petticoat which will give just enough flare but not too much. For a little something extra and unique, I decided to buy an additional 2 sets of the flowers that come with the dress as I will wear them in my hair as pictured and also add some to my clutch, guest book, and flowergirl basket. My dress is in all ivory.
Post # 63
I went through eBay to buy my Jasmine Couture. No idea what the number was. It came with short sleeves, which were chopped off in alteration. Wish you could see the gorgeous flowery embroidery and beading on it. I’m sure it was an older model. But I’m really liking their other, more current styles too! Really pretty. Wonder why Jasmine’s not that popular a label.
Post # 64
@rachelh: Me too. I love the skirt of the dress!
Post # 66
I just bought the Jasmine F361 because A) it was just gorgeous the moment I put it on, and B) it was on amazing sale! The only alterations it’s going to need are hemming as I’m a shortie, but I love this dress!! I’m going to add a sparkly belt to jazz it up a little bit, but I just love the basic, classic look of this dress. The salesgirl liked it too apparently
Post # 67
Here is my Jamine F151004 wedding dress from their spring 2013 collection 🙂 I am so in love with it!
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