The only available colors for the wedding dress are:
The femininity and natural beauty of the fabrics are the inspiration for this spectacular design with a high-waist a-line skirt in lace with gemstone embroidery. A very special skirt that flares out at the bottom with dozens of layers of tulle to give it volume and streamline the silhouette. A dress with a O-neckline and a closed back in button, with half sleeves.
The customers and dresses they purchased from us :
All of our dresses are custom dress, so we need your exact measurement details,Please tell us the detailed measurements as follows:
1.Full bust= __ cm
2.Waist = __ cm
3.Hips= __ cm
4.Shoulder to Floor =_cm
5. Shoulder to Shoulder=_cm
6.Arms eye/ Arms hole=_cm
How To Take Measurements?
1.Measuring Your Chest Size
(1)Stand with your back straight in front of a full-length mirror. Having good posture is the key to taking accurate measurements.
(2)Wrap a soft tape measure around your bust. Take it around your back, across your shoulder blades and under your arms. It should wrap around the fullest part of your bust. The tape should be straight and parallel with the floor.
(3)Bring the ends together in the center front. Place your thumb beneath the tape measure and keep yourself from pulling too tight, as this could give you an incorrect measurement. Record the measurement. Use a pencil and paper to record the measurement.
2.Measuring Your Waist And Hips Size
(1)Strip down to your underwear and stand in front of a full-length mirror. To get the correct waist measurement, make sure your underwear isn’t cinching your waist. You may need to remove it.
(2)Identify your waist. While standing straight, bend over to the front or side and make a note of where your body creases. This is your natural waist. It’s the narrowest part of your torso, generally located between your rib cage and belly button.
(3)Wrap the tape measure around your natural waist. Keep it parallel to the floor. Do not hold your breath or suck your stomach in. Hold your body erect in a comfortable standing position to get an accurate measurement. Be sure you don’t draw it too tight.
(4)Record the measurement. Look at the number in the mirror or carefully look down at it while keeping your back straight. Mark the number down on paper.
(5)Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks. This is usually located 7 to 9 inches (17.8 to 22.9 cm) below your natural waist. Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor.
Q: Can I return or cancel the dress if I change my mind?
A: Even standard size dresses are made to order for each customers. The custom nature of our dresses means our cancellation and Return Policy is stricter than other items, so it’s important to order carefully.
Q: Will I be able to alter my dress if I receive it and it doesnâ€™t fit exactly right?
A: Please note,we have 3 or more dressmaker to measure the dress size before shipped,if the size not same as the details u show us, we will not send it out until same as the details u show us, so the size must be right,if u find the dress doesn’t fit your body,please check the size u show us and measure yourself body,check if u show us correct size;
Q: Can I order this dress in a different style/fabric/length?
A: We could custom make it according to your detailed request if the changed points are workable.There will be certain customer made charge based on the detailed custom made request
Q: Will the dress looks exactly as shown on the pictures?
A: please also note:we just custom the dress according to picture,so it is very difficult making the dress exactly like picture,so,if u just doesn’t like the dress,we can’t accept refund;hope u can understand this, and please read the return policy carefully before order.
Q: How can I make sure I’m ordering the right size?
A: When ordering a dress for your special occasion online, you’re right to pay close attention to getting the size right! Since we’re an international company, our clothing may run larger or smaller than the standard sizes you’re used to. Checking the actual measurements in our size chart and comparing them to your own measurements before placing your order is the best way to avoid size errors.If you’re ordering a custom-sized dress, it’s especially important to get your measurements exactly right. Getting professionally measured is the most reliable way to ensure the final product reaches you perfectly tailored. Be sure to check out our measuring guide.If your size fluctuates or you want to modify the dress slightly, we always leave a few inches in the seams so that your local tailor can easily make alterations as needed. If you have any other questions about ordering the right size, don’t hesitate to contact us.