Post # 1
I found this dress not too long after we got engaged. I live near Buffalo NY and the closest place I was able to find this dress was Toronto (about a 2 hour drive). Well, we called that shop and they no longer have the dress!! I was sooo upset. And then my wonderful mom found a shop near Pittsburgh, PA that has the dress!!!!!!!! This shop is, oh, only about 4 HOURS AWAY!!!! So my mom and I are taking a road trip today to try on this dress!!
And I hope its worth it!!!
Sorry the pictures are so big!
Post # 3
ooo pretty, its kinda similar to my dress.
I had to drive 4hrs also. The drive sucked, but well worth it! good luck!
Post # 4
Is this an Alfred Angelo dress? I tried one on that was very similar there – and i almost bought it, it is such a great dress!
Post # 5
good luck, I love the detail at the back, it’s really pretty!
Post # 6
ooohhh i tried this one on its a stunner. i have a feeling it will be worth your trip! let us know how it goes!
Post # 7
Mother-daughter epic roadtrip! That’ll make your memory of your dress special. I think its lovely. I love that sweet little bow in the back 🙂 Have fun and take pictures.
Post # 8
I drove 4 hrs to try on my dream dress as well. My dream didn’t last but it was a very fun trip and worth the peace of mind! 🙂
Good luck! Enjoy Pittsburgh, I went to school there and miss it.
Post # 9
- Wedding: October 2010 - Kindred Oaks, Georgetown
That dress is gorgeous. Hope the 4 hour ride is worth it! Good luck!
Post # 10
Well… I just got home and after a very long day in the car, I am very happy to say, THIS IS THE DRESS!!!!!! I absolutely LOVE it!! It was about 6 sizes too big but thank goodness for clips! Definitely worth it though!! I will post pics soon!!
[email protected] It is actually a Mori Lee
[email protected] It was very epic! Many memories!! lol
Post # 11
There’s an alfred angelo store in syracuse… have you checked there?
Edit: Oops! You already went! Yay!
Post # 12
Ok, now remember, the dress was 6 sizes too big so it doesn’t look perfect but you get the idea!!
We had to clip the front so I could get an idea of the back!