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it looks awesome, for far so good! From everyone’s pictures they seem to do great work!
Post # 5
I am usually not a fan of asymmetrical style dresses, but I love how the dress has ruching in two directions, both down & up – it makes for a really pretty silhouette! They really did a great job!
Post # 6
The only thing I can see that might need a fix is the ruching on the right breast. I think it’d look better as more of a mirror image of the left side. (I’m weird like that though lol) Other than that, the dress looks amazing!
Would you mind sharing which fabric grade and craftsmanship grade you used? And what type of organza that is (thick or thin)? My dream dress is veeeery similar, and I’m hoping to have Jasmine make a replica of it in the future. Thanks!
Post # 7
The dress looks amazing. I don’t see any flaws in it at all
Post # 9
@Kira261: That is really nice, I love the mix of fabrics. Also I agree that I would have Jasmines look at the ruching on the breast.
Post # 10
Your dress is really beautiful 🙂
Post # 11
It looks amazing!! I am going in for measurements tomorrow and then tomorrow night I am ordering my dress!! The work on yours looks great so far!!
Post # 12
Thank you for all of the compliments and feedback. I completely agree about the breast ruching. I also hate that seem right down the middle back of the dress. I am going to see if they can do anything about that. You’d never see a wedding dress at a store with a seem down the back >:-(
As for what we ordered, its ivory satin under ivory organza standard quality. In other words we didn’t pay extra for anything.
Post # 13
So pretty! Post a pic of you wearing it when you get it.
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- Wedding: October 2013 - The Down Town Club, Philadelphia
It looks great! I also would ask them to look at the ruching on the breast, and the seam in the back. Other that that – it’s great!!