Post # 47
So, I just had to put in my two cents here… i really, really think your best option is to get a dress made for you. You may find someone in your area, but if not, why not try etsy?
I was just on there looking for a birdcage veil, and I found this seamstress who REALLY seems to know what she is doing. Although she’s not making my dress, I am totally, totally, totally going to have her make something for me in the future…
Post # 48
did you check out davids’ bridal. There was a whole other post on how they stepped up their game. they also always have sales 99 dollar dresses. Also their reg. prices are reasonable. I purchased mine for 400 dollars. And am looking at 100 dollars for alterations.
Post # 49
Gojane.com has some white dresses that could totally pass and my new fave – unique-vintage.com has the most precious stuff in the world… including a dress I may wear for my reception. Most dresses on gojane are <$100 and unique-vintage is usually <$300. I would also look for white prom dresses. Good luck!
Post # 50