Post # 1
I’ve been desperately looking for a wedding dress by Luna Novias called Isadora. I’ve called everywhere I could think of (including over seas) but to no avail…
Has anyone seen this dress for sale?
Here’s what the dress looks like:
Thank you all for your help!
Post # 3
@Bio_Chemist: What a beautiful dress! I hope you find it. Posting the photo for others to see:
Post # 4
I believe that line is owned by Rosa Clara, but I can’t find a shop or stockist that specifically mentions carrying Luna Novias. However, there is a contact form on the Luna Novias website: http://www.lunanovias.com/2014/?lang=en
Perhaps try emailing and asking if there’s a stockist near you?
Post # 5
I’ve tried contacting them already. They’re the ones who told me to start calling shops. I’m willing to go for some similar dress
Post # 6
Thank you for posting the image
Post # 7
what is it about the dress you like best, so people know what details to look for when suggesting something similar? Is it the straight neckline, the material, the silhouette, all of the above…?
Post # 8
Well, the dress line (A-line I think). The bodice is a solid color and more form-fitting, and there is a shear overlay that falls into the train. It’s a simple (no crazy beading) and increadibly elegant dress. The details of the dress falls in how the material is swn (neckline versus upper hip area, where there seems to be some very slight bunching…to be honest I’m not sure).
So to sum it up: the line of the dress (simple), the solid form-fitting bodice(under dress) with the shear overlay that falls into a train (court length preferably).
This whole thing makes me thing of the Rolling Stone’s song “has anybody seen my baby” lol! I have no idea why, and I do apologize if this song gets stuck in anyone’s head.
Thank you all so far for being so helpful!
Post # 8
The first dress I bought and subsequently sold was a Luna Novias. They’re way over-priced for the fact that they’re made in China. They also come up on preownedweddingdresses.com pretty regularly.