Post # 17
- Wedding: February 2014 - Vintage Villas
i’m pretty sure mine is a three point overbustle (american). i think it looks great with my lace dress… (please excuse my big butt… i mean big picture) lol
Post # 18
I don’t know the name of the bustle, but mine tucked under and looked just like the hem of the dress. It worked well because of the ruffles.
Post # 19
Ah that is stunning! I asked my seamstress about doing my bustle like this… she told me that I would ruin my dress because i would get a straight line of dirt on my train (the part that touches the floor). I responded with “well, then it’s a good thing I only need to wear it once!” Haha, how did yours fare?
Post # 20
just posted a beautiful bustle for her ruffle dress above!
Post # 21
It does look great! It really works with the style of your dress!
Post # 22
Thanks! That’s the kinda bustle I want! Hopefully my seamstress will be able to do it 🙂
Post # 23
A multiple point french bustle. It was amazing.
Post # 24
I guess mine was a multi point…
Post # 25
I had an underbustle… it just tucked underneath and looked like a regular floor length dress. 13 ties across the bottom.
Post # 26
I had an Austrian bustle. I loved it!
Post # 27
Thank you! Yeah, it got dirty but it came out with the cleaning afterwards. That and the red wine I spilled on myself! Honestly I wasn’t too worried about it because I wasn’t planning on selling my dress and every other bustle I tried just made me look like I had a huge ruffle butt. So it worked for me!
Post # 28
I’m having both an under- and over-bustle, under for the actual dress, over for the lace overlay. I actually think I like my dress even better with the bustle!
Post # 30
I have a large ball gown with a 5-point over bustle. No pictures yet…. Hopefully soon. Have you decided on your bustle ifoundmyprince