Post # 1
I need some advice! I recently purchased Justin Alexander’s 8610 in ivory and when it arrived I was shocked at how yellow the color looked! The store told me that the only other option is “true white” which actually looks blue and they refused to take the dress back or offer me any help. Now I have no idea what to do. I contacted a company that dyes wedding gowns, they said they cannot make it whiter only darker and my wedding is 6 months away! Has anyone else run into this problem? Has anyone else worn this dress in either color? If so, how did the pictures come out? Any advice would be much appreciated 🙂
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I wore the 8610 in ivory for my dec28 wedding and the color was perfect. Bright white did not look that great on meAT&T
Post # 5
Please, please pleeeeeease don’t panic!
i tried this dress in 3 x shops. The first two had lovely natural light or chandelier lighting and the dress looked ivory/off white. The third shop had office strip lighting and it looked yellow. It’s all down to th slighting and not the dress.
The Pronovias dress i bought was yellow in the strip lighting of the shop I first found it in, but ivory in the natural light of the shop I bought it from.
Do click on the links the other bride provided above and you’ll see that it really isn’t yellow. I haven’t seen it in the white, so couldn’t comment on that.
It’s such a beautiful dress!
Post # 6
I’m wearing a different dress, but also in ivory, and when I first saw it I was shocked at how ivory it looked under the fluorescent lights at the bridal shop. Once I had the dress out in natural light, it was a lovely colour, and basically just looks “soft white”. Some fluorescent lights make ivory look completely yellow, so I really wouldn’t panic about it! It is also a GORGEOUS dress I must say! Great choice 🙂