(Closed) Looking for this Lazaro Dress

posted 9 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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3613 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

First of all thank you for posting the jlmcouture link because when I clicked on it I saw that my 2010 dress is finally on the website, yaaaaayyy!!! I was checking like every day for a while but guess haven’t done it lately. But then I saw two others that I liked more; why didn’t I see these when I bought mine, grrrr….

Sorry about that rant, for your questions:

1) Someone posted this for sale few months back, you can check if it’s still available and she may have some photos as well.

http://classifieds.weddingbee.com/topic/looking-for-lazaro-3815

2) Yes!

3) If #1 isn’t available you can try searching on preownedweddingdresses.com, oncewed.com, bravobride.com and craigslist. There are few other sites that I can’t remember now but I’m sure other Bees can help.

Where do you see the prices on the website? I’ve looked at quite a few Lazaros here in CA and didn’t see any below $3K, unless it was a sample on sale.

 Good luck!

 

Post # 5
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132 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

that dress is gorgeous! I got my Lazaro @ Kleinfelds (with less lace then that) and price tag was $3,900.

It would be perfect for a beach wedding. good luck!!!

Post # 7
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523 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

That dress is style # 3813.  The designer style number and the Kleinfeld style # are different.  Do you like any other Lazaro styles?  I’ve seen a bunch of Lazaros on sale on preownedweddingdresses.com recently.

Post # 8
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3613 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

You’re very welcome and welcome to the boards! I forgot to say it the first time in my excitement over seeing my dress on the web 🙂 Mine is is LZ3002.

Here’s a used Lazaro 3813 for a great price: http://www.preownedweddingdresses.com/dresses/12168/Lazaro-LZ3813-Size-6.html

I’m by no means an expert since I’ve had my share of dress issues but these would be my suggestions:

– Don’t deny yourself the Kleinfeld experience because it looks like they have a great selection, but go with a determined mindset not to buy right then and there. They don’t need to know that. Even if you fall in love with something out of your price range, remember the designer and the details, come home and do some comparison shopping on the web. Then see if they can match the price.

– If you like lace, slim fitting gowns, look at Monique Lhuillier as noone does it better than her. Her prices are outrageous but again used web sites or sample sales are an option. Another designer in your price range is Pronovias and they’re from Spain so fits your theme 🙂 The quality of the lace on their dresses is fantastic and they have a lot of similar styles. I believe there’s a flagship store in NY.

– Finally if you decide to go with one I cannot say enough good things about Lazaro! I never wanted a trumpet dress but I kept being drawn to his dresses on the rack, they’re just so beautiful in person. The hand-embroidery, the details…Almost a work of art. I met him in person at the trunk show (yes he’s Cuban!) and he’s such a humble and sweet man too.

 

Post # 9
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7777 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

That dress is beautiful!

If you’re looking for latin designers, you should look at Angel Sanchez too. He’s south american, I believe. But, I’m 98% sure he’s on the very expensive side.

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