Post # 1
I love-love the look of lace dresses, so timeless and romantic and all that, but more often than not they come with a super-de-deper-dee long train. I know that with lace to ‘cut’ or hem the train substantially is incredibly difficult and hella expensive.
So any one know of or have a lace dress with a sweep train or court train?
Post # 3
@missmouse29: have you looked at Pronovias lace dresses? I tried some on and the trains weren’t too long.
Also Allure has several lace dresses without super long trains.
Post # 4
My Davids Bridal lace dress has a very short train. Here’s what it looks like when I’m wearing heels, so that the front is maybe an inch off the ground. It’s Galina S8551.
Post # 5
I tried on a Watters one with a diamond back back in 2009 but can’t find it on their site any more!
Post # 6
I’m going to have to make a note of this dress & see if I can find it to try on this weekend.
thanks! I’m checking out the designer’s sites now 🙂
Post # 7
I dont know what length of train classifies as a sweep train but check my dress out and see what you think. I needed something that wasnt too long since I am quite short. Its also lace
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Post # 9
One of the reasons I wore my dress only for the reception and not for the ceremony was that the train wasn’t long enough for me. Not sure if it’s considered sweep or chapel. I’m only 5’3″ so it looks longer on me than an average height person (also the longest layer in the photo is the veil, not part of the dress). It’s Romona Keveza Legends L195.
Post # 10
This is my dress… I specifically chose it because it was lace and virtually no train. And of course the price was right! I love it and it was definitely the mots comfortable dress I tried on! CAn’t wait to wear it!! 🙂
Post # 11
@believe: this. dress. is. amazing.