Post # 1
In my contining search for a dress I have come across one in particular that I just love.
To make things difficult, it has been discontinued. It’s from the 2010 Blue by Enzoani line, and the model is “Chambord”.
I found it at a local shop and they have one left in stock that is at least 3 sizes too small for me. I’m about a size 20 in wedding dresses, which is another challenge.
I don’t need this exact dress. What I love about it is the specific shape of the top. The sash is fine, but I can always add a sash if the dress is more simple. The chiffon fabric is nice and light, which I like, but tulle or lace could also work. Bridesmaids dresses might work too as long as they come in ivory.
Have any of you lovely brides come across anything similar in your search? If so I’d love some leads to similar styles.
Post # 3
@adriamoynihan: Although they don’t have the same bodice, two dresses immediately popped into my mind that are current with Casablanca. Both have the same empire/full skirt look. And Casablanca beading is heavenly!
Post # 4
Just add a sash to Jenny Yoo’s Monarch dress.
Post # 5
@GartersbyErin: Thank you! I have tried a couple of Cassablanca gowns, and the lace is also divine.
Post # 6
@j9marie: This is gorgeous. I had seen this and other Yoo designs previously and thought they might be too simple. But now I’m thinking they might be a fabulous base for adding some unique touches. Thanks for the reminder!
Post # 7
@adriamoynihan: There are a few Dessy Group bridesmaid dresses that have a similar bodice to the original dress you posted. The price piont on these would be great too because they are a bridesmaid dress. These three all come in white or ivory (or both) and a full range of sizes.
(sorry, none of them will let me post photos because of how their website is set up)
this one is the most like the gown you posted:
Post # 8
@GartersbyErin: These are great, thank you!
Post # 9
Love them all Chiffon is so dreamy. It’s like floating.