(Closed) Infinity dress material

posted 7 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
3620 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

My girls wore the Convertible Dress from VS, and it was in that spandex-y fabric, the sheen made it a little more dressy I thought. They really liked their dresses, and one of my girls even bought another one in another color to wear to another wedding as a guest!

Post # 4
9029 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I personally am not a fan of either of those fabrics, I think Jersey/ spandex mix are just a bit too clingy and unforgiving in my opinion. I generally avoid those fabrics because I dont feel comfortable wearing them.

Post # 5
108 posts
Blushing bee

I wore the spandex one to a wedding last night.  I got compliments galore–I looked great and it was comfortable and swishy and fun to wear and fun to dance in.  

I did have to spend time/effort/money regarding undergarments on top.  To be frank–my nipples were clearly visible, even when I was not cold, under that fabric.  The configurations I liked the most tended to be backless and/or low cut so a bra was hard to find.  I ended up with the silicone nipple flowers–they can be reused up to 6 times.  Make sure you follow the directions–wash and dry the boobies right before applying and don’t use lotion or those things will flop right off.  

I made one in jersey over the summer–I like it but the raw edges roll up like jersey tends to do and it looks less dressy than the other one.  

Post # 6
17 posts
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m having a friend make my dresses and am looking for the right fabric.    I definitely want a thick poly/spandex blend, but it’s tough to find one that’s thick enough…  

Post # 7
1715 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Im doing something very similar to the infinity dress its a pattern from burda and it uses a crepe or other shier fabric as a wrap which I found helps dress it up a little.

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