Post # 1
I’m going to have a bustle put in my dress soon but since the bottom of my dress is all ruffles, I can’t decide what type of bustle will look best. If anyone has suggestions or has pics of their own bustles, please share! Here are a couple photos of my dress:
Post # 4
I would probably do a french bustle with that dress. I have seen lots of ruffled or detailed skirts with a french bustle and I love the look.
Post # 5
@tksjewelry: Thanks for the tip!
Does anyone have pics? I wanna see ruffled bustles! lol
Post # 6
bump because i’m also interested 🙂
Post # 7
same problem, ..annyone?!
Post # 8
This is the back of my dress
This is what they did for a bustle when I went in for my first fitting. They did a 3 point over bustle hiding it underneath the layers
Post # 9
@pinkdaisies: I like that bustle. Very nice!
Post # 10
This was my dress. I had a 2 point over bustle.
Post # 11
mine was an underbustle made to look like there was no bustle
Below is a pic of the dress with the ruffles… only on one side
Post # 12
Ooh I love the ruffles girls! More pics anyone?
Post # 13
I have a little ruffle action going on….
Post # 14
Hi Ladies, I love ruffles! My train has a combo of lace/ruffles. Sorry I don’t have a pic, but I plan to have a french bustle. I am a big fan of the american bustle, but when the consultant pinned it up both ways (french vs american), with the way the ruffles lay on my dress, the french bustle surprising looked better to me.
Here’s me in the sample dress the day I ordered it. Again, no pic with the dress bustled, sorry!
Post # 15
My wedding gown was a fit and flare with rows of large ruffles. We designed the train to simply button off underneath the ground-level ruffle. After the ceremony, we undid the buttons, and it was gone! I loved it!
Here’s my mom’s blog post about how she made it happen: [link removed for self promotion – sorry!]
Post # 16
I know I’m late to finding this, but hopefully this helps