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Well its been two months since I posted about the bride's maid's dress I ordered.  And I'm sorry to say that the dress experience has been troublesome.

I ordered the dress back in June and it came in in a quite timely fashion.  The problem was that it looked as if it had been made for someone who was 7 feet tall and weighed 400 pounds.  Needless to say it was VERY MUCH TOO BIG.  Expecting to have trouble in this area, this is why I ordered the dress so far in advance.

So I contacted the seamstress, expressed my concerns about the outfit and made arrangements to have it shipped back to her.  This was a month ago and I've had no communication with her.  On Friday, I emailed her to find out when I would be expecting the corrected pieces returned to me.  Her response was confidence shattering.  She basically said, I'm sorry I don't remember what I was supposed to fix, here lets start over with a new gown.

I contacted the bride about the situation and collectively we've decided to go in a different direction for the bride's maid's gowns. 

She's been in contact with another seamstress for her step-daughter-to-be's gown and he's been fantastic in responding to her questions.

Therefore, we've decided to go with him for our gowns.  I've requested a full refund from the first seamstress, which according to pay-pal should be credited today.

Here's what the new dress will look like:

                           Side View

                        Front View

The images above were done in cotton twill, but our dresses are going to be made out of velvet.  Mine will be royal blue.

Truth be told, I like this dress better.  So hopefully it will all work out....

<trying desperately to ignore the ticking clock on the wall>

Posted on Monday, August 27, 2007 8:03 AM Personal Geekness | Back to top


Comments on this post: Wedding Prep Continues--Dress Woes

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Is this a theme wedding? Those dresses look awesome...but only if the groom comes in with a puffy shirt, leatards, and a rapier from his belt.

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Left by D'Arcy from Winnipeg on Aug 27, 2007 1:29 PM

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Yes this is a themed wedding. The theme is 17th Century Scotland. The groom will be wearing a full traditional kilt and his groomsmen will be wearing kilts as well. It's staged in the Jacobean period of Scottish history and yes the groom will have sword but it's a not a rapier.
Left by Maryanne Sweat on Aug 27, 2007 4:08 PM

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OOPS...I meant 18th Century (1700's)
Left by Maryanne Sweat on Aug 27, 2007 4:09 PM

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