(Closed) Vintage inspired wedding dresses?

posted 10 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
536 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2018 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA

My dress is from Casablanca and I love that it has some vintage flair.  It’s from the Spring 2007 Collection, style 1860.  It looks TOTALLY different on than it does on the model!

Post # 5
1813 posts
Buzzing bee

oh!  I also am getting a lace dress.  I am really tempted by AC’s, but I have my heart set on a La Sposa that is on sale.  What is your price range, and maybe that would help?  I also found a nice watters off the rack with a lace halter.  I was shocked that both dresses I liked were trumpet….I think they actually make me look better, which I am not a tiny girl, so be open minded to the different styles….sometimes they look completely different in lace than they would in satin…please let me know what you find, but La Sposa/Pronovias has a lot of lace options…good luck!

Post # 6
47 posts
  • Wedding: October 2008

I’m also a lace bride and love vintage style.   Cannotwait mentioned a lace Watters dress which is exactly what I got (its the same dress as Miss Gingerbread wore to her recent wedding, which you can see a picture of in her recent blog entries).    There were several Watters style in full lace that had a vintage feel, they have them on their website and they are around $1200 full price.

Post # 7
11 posts
  • Wedding: July 2009

These are the closest to Stephanie James dresses in a reasonable price range:


The most expensive dress is $599– unless you have her make a custom dress, which is more expensive.

 I have not bought a dress from her, but I’ve heard great things.  I’m considering ordering from her.

And if you don’t have to have a dress that is a "wedding dress", Siri special occasion dresses have a very "vintage" feel, and a large selection of fabrics.



Good luck! 

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