Post # 1
I’m thinking about ordering WWD00BK2 from Dressilyme this week, but I was hoping someone on here might have real life pictures of this one. Its a replica of the Allure 8917 which I fell in love with today at the dress shop, but I want to make sure it’s actually a close match to the original. Any takers out there??
Post # 3
I don’t suggest it. While the website has received good reviews, your experience may be different.
If you decide to buy online, at least try on the designer gown to make sure you like how it fits. I was in love with an Allure gown and once I tried it on, I didn’t like how it looked on me.
Post # 4
If you look in the reviews of that dress on their site, they actually have posted a few pictures of their version of the dress.
Post # 5
@louanneandmike: All good points. I think if you can afford the original it’s probably the best, but knock-offs (from the more reputable sites) are a great alternative if you’re on a budget but you do have to realize that the quality of the fabric and workmanship are not the same, if you can happily accept that then go for it =) I want a very simple dress I couldn’t afford any other way, very little detail, no lace and no beading, so I trust they’d be able to make one that will be exactly what I need. I won’t be counting buttons or pleats, if it looks good on me I’ll be happy.
Post # 6
From what I’ve read if you have alot of lace or beading then Jasmine is better, Dressilyme is cheaper but copies are not as close to the original (fine by me).