Post # 1
Some websites list this color as “cream” but cream doesn’t seem to exist on the Mori Lee chiffon swatch at the bridal store. They do have an ivory, is that what this is? The color swatches I’ve seen for other designers creams look darker. I love this color but if it’s ivory I’m afraid in person it’ll look too similar to my ivory gown. Should I just do blush to be safe?
Post # 3
@NYbeee1234: I’d go with blush. I didn’t love the Mori Lee Ivory in person.
Post # 4
Hm. Not quite sure but I don’t think it’s ivory. Ivory dresses (at least to me) almost look white, particularly in pictures. It looks sort of beige. Sorry, I’m probably no help. :/
Post # 5
@RubyStar: +1. My ivory dress looked more white compared to this. This looks darker than that like a beige. But I do love this color though!
Post # 6
I think they’re blush or taupe or mist or something!
Post # 7
@NYbeee1234: Your pic is a perfect example of why you can’t judge color on a computer. It depends on each individual computer’s settings.
The dresses look two different colors to me. The one on the left looks beige. The one on the right looks grey.
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
According to their swatch charts, it looks like that is their “cream” color, though it’s not a traditional representation of that color/word
Is it possible that you were looking at the wrong fabric chart at the store? Can you look at swatches at a different location if you want that color?
Otherwise, I would just do what you said and go with blush.