Post # 1
Here’s the url of my dress, I didn’t want to post the image because it’s huge!
There is a spot where the lace is like eating me alive. I’m a diabetic so I have to be careful with those things. There was nothing the seamstress could do and I was wondering if anyone had some ideas? I get married on Sunday and the best I can think of is to stick a kleenex there to keep it from rubbing my skin. It’s only one spot, not the whole lace section
Post # 3
@Ashweenie: I used to work at a bridal salon and I’ve heard of brides rubbing clear wax on beading that is irritating their underarms so there is a chance this might work for you too. Good luck!
Post # 4
I wonder if the bandaid blister stick for new shoes would work? It’s basically what the pp said. Or a bandaid?
Post # 5
Could you get a pair of panty hose that best matches your skin color? Take it and cut the leg from the waist and the foot from the leg so you have a hollow tube. Make a slit up the side of the tub so it becomes a flat sheet. Have your seemstress sew the panty hose in under the lace where its rubbing you. You might see it a little if you look super close, but it should pretty much blend in with the dress.
Post # 6