Post # 1
I fell in love with my dress, but forgot to check to see who designed it. When i went back later that week with one of my bridesmaids to choose her dress, i found my dress in the racks and i could not find the designer on the tag. The lady told me they sell non designer dresses as well as designer dresses. Well that is just fine with me. I love my unique dress!
Post # 4
Your dress is very pretty and you look very happy. All that matters is that you love it.
Post # 5
You look beautiful! I have never heard of a non-designer dress. Someone has to design it.
Post # 6
Do you mean just not a well known designer? Mine is from a lesser known designer, but like enoh102 said, SOMEBODY designed it.
Post # 7
Yea. I’m not exactly sure if I follow the whole non-designer thing. Even if it’s from David’s Bridal or J. Crew, someone had to design it.
Post # 8
Pretty dress! but there is no name in the tag at all? could the bridal salon have cut out the tag possibly? because there usually should be some sort of tag inside to tell who made it
Post # 9
I have heard stories of shops that cut out the tags so that you can’t figure out who makes the dress OR they have seamstresses in-house that create knock offs.
Post # 10
You look beautiful in your dress, perhaps this dress is a designer knock off. Whoever sewed your dress did a great job.
Post # 11
I’ll play along… my dress is by Impression Bridal… which I guess is a designer? But its not like a big designer or a named person ya know? Anyways… I love my dress!
Post # 12
@enoh102: Well yes i guess your right someone did have to design it, but what i meant was a lot of people have dresses from Allure, Davids bridal, Maggie, etc etc.
My dress have no idea who designed it, so was not sure of how to word what i meant.
I looked at the tag to find the designer but there was non attached to it.
I wanted to see dresses from unpopular designers or designers who are not well known.