Post # 1
I think I may have found the dress!!! I haven’t tried it yet because before I do I need to find out if something is possible. It’s got the exact bodice and skirt that I want the only problem is the shoulder. Although I do actually really like it I don’t want it on the dress for my wedding as I think it will date the pics in a few years as it is something that is fashionable now.
Do you think it would be possible for them to remove the strap and just make the top of the cup its attached to the same shape as the other one? The back should be fine as it looks just straight anyway.
Also, what do you think in general to the dress??
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Post # 3
I would say any good seamstress will be able to take that off.
Post # 4
Do you think? I was just getting really worried because I can see from the one pic that the top of the cup that the flowers are attached to is a different shape so it would then have to be changed and the beading would have to be put around the alterations. It’s soooo confusing, I love the dress and just wish it didn’t have the strap 🙁 xx
Post # 5
A top notch seamstress can work miracles. However to match the beading on the top of cup may be a trick. If your seamstress can’t or won’t do that, what about taking the flowers off the shoulder and having the strap beaded to match?
It is a very pretty dress, in my opinion minus the flowers on the shoulder!
Post # 6
Yes, a semstress should be able to do that — but it might be a bit expensive as PPs have mentioned because of having to reshape the cup and possibly do some beading! One thing I would make sure to look at when you get to try the dress on is “simulating” removing the strap by tucking it in to the bodice or something because I think it might change the look of the dress significantly (I wonder if it might look “off-balance” with the angled beading and dropped waist but not the single strap? Or it might look perfect — hard to tell without seeing it!)
Good luck! Hope it does turn out to be your dress 🙂
Post # 7
The actual designer of the dress should be able to alter their design for you. All you need to do is have the bridal shop in which you order the dress from place specific alteration directions with your order form…..beware, it may cost extra though! Good luck 🙂