Announcement Congratulations on your engagement! We cater to the savvy bride who appreciates fine fabrics and designer gowns, but chooses to pay a fraction of the retail price! The wedding dresses I currently have are Carmela Sutera and Givenchy.
Congratulations on your engagement! We cater to the savvy bride who appreciates fine fabrics and designer gowns, but chooses to pay a fraction of the retail price! The wedding dresses I currently have are Carmela Sutera and Givenchy.
Holly Ink on Apr 22, 2017
I spent ages looking for a dress that was both timelessly beautiful and within my budget. This dress is everything I was looking for, way better in person than in the photo. The seller was incredibly sweet, easy to communicate with, and she shipped my gown quickly.
Anne West on Dec 14, 2016
The dress arrived promptly and was even more beautiful than I expected. Helpful seller and great product.
Chloe M on Oct 22, 2014
I could not recommend this shop more highly. Erin is so lovely: communicative, knowledgeable, and more than willing to allay my fears of buying a dress online by providing precise measurements/details. When it arrived (very quickly!) I could only cry at how unspeakably beautiful it was, and how perfectly it fit. I truly don't know where else such stunning materials and designs can be found. I am 100% over the moon!!! <3
How do I know my size?
Your measurements are VERY important. All of the gowns listed include the measurements in the description. Designer sizes generally run small. Typically if you are a “street size” 6, your wedding dress may be a size 8 or 10. MOST IMPORTANTLY every listing has the gown’s measurements and the measurements are what you should go by, not the sizing.
How do I take my measurements?
You should contact a professional tailor or seamstress to have your measurements taken for better accuracy. Remember to pay attention to the measurements, not the size. Sizing is not an exact science and alterations made by a professional will often be necessary for a proper fit. A professional can usually alter a gown from a bigger size to a smaller size without losing the design of the gown. Measurements should be taken wearing undergarments only. Do not take your measurements fully clothed. The measuring tape should fit comfortably, not pulled tightly.
Bust - Run the tape along the fullest part of your breast and around your back going under your arms. Please do not use your bra size.
Waist - Find the smallest part of your waist, it is usually an inch or two above your belly button.
Hips - Measure around the fullest part of your body, usually 7-9" below waist. It may be easiest to do this in front of a mirror. Make sure that you stand tall, with your heels together.
What is the definition of “hollow to hem”?
Hollow to hem is the frontal measurement from the bottom of your neck (the indentation between your collar bones) to the hem. When measuring, make sure you are wearing all of your undergarments, including any extra slips or crinoline. You should also be wearing shoes with a heel height similar to the ones you will wear with your wedding dress.
If you have any questions, I would love to hear from you.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards