Post # 1
Is anyone familiar with alterations? Do you have know how it’s possilbe to prevent this type of creasing?
I’ve looked up photos of brides wearing my dress – and so many of them have this exact same DEEP creasing.
Is it because the boning is too long? Or are the dresses too tight/loose?
Post # 2
I have no advice (sorry) but have the same issue with my dress! Hopefully this thread gets some helpful answers…
Post # 3
My dress does the same thing. It really bothered me at first, but I’ve noticed it’s common with mermaid/fit and flare/trumpet dresses.
Post # 4
No, you can’t get rid of it. That bride is walking. The crease is where her legs meet her torso, so the dress has to move/crease with her movement.
Post # 5
Same exact thing with my lace fit and flare–
My seamstress told me it’s just because it’s so fitted, but it zips up fine and doesn’t feel like I’m suffocating or anything. My dress also has a TON of layers, so I’m having my one of my bridesmaids (or a couple!) getting down there and making sure each individual layer is pulled taught. Getting in this thing with my slip takes a good 15 minutes!
Post # 6
I work in bridal and you have to understand your dress is not going to lay perfectly flat on you unless you are standing still, and maybe not even a 100% then. You have natural creases and folds on your body and when you walk and move your dress will move and conform to your body. When choosing a fitted dress you just have to accept this.