(Closed) Train or not to train

posted 4 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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751 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013 - old cheese factory

@Solala:  i paid extra for a longer train because i always wanted one growing up…. so i say if you are set on this dress and always wanted a train…. GO FOR IT! this is the one time in your life that you can wear a dress with the long train…. unless you are a celeb. lol i think it would look lovely.

Post # 4
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173 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@Solala:  If you really want the look of a long train then go for it! The only thing that I would suggest if you aren’t against it would be to try a cathedral length veil. It can somewhat give the look of having a train, but then you can take it off for the reception and you don’t have to worry about having a bustle put in. The only reason I am suggesting it is when I worked at a bridal salon we had a lot of brides in your same situation that loved their dress but wanted a train and went with the longer veil. 

Post # 5
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3372 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I love me a good train, so I say go for it. I really love the look of a Watteau train (where the train comes out from higher up the dress) so that could be an option, like the back of this VW:

Post # 7
Member
751 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013 - old cheese factory

@Solala:  i paid 150 extra to have 36inches added to my train. mine origionaly was a semi chapel. mine is attatched though. i wonder how they could add a train. maybe with buttons? or somehow tie it from your waist? i guess id do a google search for detachable trains and look how they attach and where they attatch and see what you like. if i were on my computer and not on my moms dinosour id look some up for you.

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