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#941 erinmc

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    Posted 10 August 2011 - 12:44 PM

    I love it!! How much is it?? I wonder if any of the knock off sites have it???



    #942 erinmc

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      Posted 10 August 2011 - 12:50 PM


      I love it!!! How much are they? I wonder if any of the knockoff places make???
       

      Originally Posted by Miss Sunshyne 

      My Bridesmaids dresses from Bari Jay love them!! Ordered them in the beginning of the year and have seen them atleast 3 times on say yes to the dress - bridesmaids edition o.O

       

      Coral for the Bridesmaids and Silver for the Maid of Honor, we're going to shorten them up a bit.coral108.jpgsilvercee.jpg



       



      #943 Miss Sunshyne

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        Posted 10 August 2011 - 01:58 PM


        well I made sure to have done my homework before buying, we went to an actual store tried them on, they loved it and then I knew we could find it cheaper online.

         

        I made sure the websites I visited had a guarantee and I found that this website had the best prices, they even have coupon codes online, and it's free shipping, my BM dresses came out to $127 each... sometimes they change the prices according to the colors though.

         




        I love it!!! How much are they? I wonder if any of the knockoff places make???
         



         



         


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        #944 MJKH

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          Posted 10 August 2011 - 02:44 PM

          Gee, I'm wishing I would have asked this a couple of months ago, as you guys are such a knowledgeable and helpful bunch!  Does anyone know anything about this dress?  Who makes it, what it's called, if it's still available???

           

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          #945 MJKH

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            Posted 10 August 2011 - 02:51 PM

            Sorry, posted this in the wrong thread...



            #946 Cdunn514

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              Posted 11 August 2011 - 06:01 PM


              I am using victorias secret multi-way dress for my bridesmaid dresses, I am not sure what colors they have in them, mine are a dark purple

              Originally Posted by erinmc 

              Has anyone seen any multi-way of convertible BM dresses. My colors are oranges and browns.



               



              #947 Avens

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                Posted 11 August 2011 - 07:48 PM


                One of my BM's was looking for them too. Here are ones I found for her to look at! I think she's going to order the Dessy one.

                 




                I am using victorias secret multi-way dress for my bridesmaid dresses, I am not sure what colors they have in them, mine are a dark purple



                 



                 



                #948 AfricanVenus

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                  Posted 12 August 2011 - 05:38 AM

                  Our colors were turquoise and gold. The girls wore turquoise-colored dresses and gold accessories. My MOH had turquoise accessories for her gold dress (see below photos):

                  • It was important for me to keep the BM dresses cheap, pretty, and comfortable. I also wanted something they could wear again AFTER the wedding. Enter: convertible dresses. I bought them from Etsy seller Erin Nicole's Boutique out of Oregon. They can be worn in any style, are comfy, and extremely wearable after the fact for any occasion. I feel like they got bang for their buck. I basically told them what colors I liked from my seller's options and they chose which color of turquoise they would wear (turquoise, teal, or tropical). I also selected the shiny vs. the matte because my research showed they looked better in photos. I also purchased $4 samples so they could get a feel. The dresses cost $90/each. If they were considered plus-sized, then add'l fees were added. If they wanted a tube top, for extra support, add'l fees were also added. I went half on everyone's dress. Instead of bouquets, they had personalized DIY parasols.
                  • As for my MOH, I wanted her in something different and more reminiscent of my wedding dress (Pronovias Gaudi - one shoulder ruched gown). We ordered her dress from LightintheBox.com and it arrived in a decent amount of time. She had lost a considerable amount of weight since ordering, so we had to pin it up at the wedding. It was a gold, sequined-appliqu© one-shoulder ruched dress. It also cost $90. My MOH's bouquet was originally going to be my bouquet, a french-vanilla composite rose bouquet I had made by St. Jude's Creations. My wedding package came with a bouquet, however, and they did a great job so I gave her the composite.


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                  #949 torilynnsmith

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                    Posted 12 August 2011 - 05:43 AM

                    Love the look of your wedding!!!! 
                     

                    Originally Posted by AfricanVenus 

                    Our colors were turquoise and gold. The girls wore turquoise-colored dresses and gold accessories. My MOH had turquoise accessories for her gold dress (see below photos):

                    • It was important for me to keep the BM dresses cheap, pretty, and comfortable. I also wanted something they could wear again AFTER the wedding. Enter: convertible dresses. I bought them from Etsy seller Erin Nicole's Boutique out of Oregon. They can be worn in any style, are comfy, and extremely wearable after the fact for any occasion. I feel like they got bang for their buck. I basically told them what colors I liked from my seller's options and they chose which color of turquoise they would wear (turquoise, teal, or tropical). I also selected the shiny vs. the matte because my research showed they looked better in photos. I also purchased $4 samples so they could get a feel. The dresses cost $90/each. If they were considered plus-sized, then add'l fees were added. If they wanted a tube top, for extra support, add'l fees were also added. I went half on everyone's dress. Instead of bouquets, they had personalized DIY parasols.
                    • As for my MOH, I wanted her in something different and more reminiscent of my wedding dress (Pronovias Gaudi - one shoulder ruched gown). We ordered her dress from LightintheBox.com and it arrived in a decent amount of time. She had lost a considerable amount of weight since ordering, so we had to pin it up at the wedding. It was a gold, sequined-appliqu© one-shoulder ruched dress. It also cost $90. My MOH's bouquet was originally going to be my bouquet, a french-vanilla composite rose bouquet I had made by St. Jude's Creations. My wedding package came with a bouquet, however, and they did a great job so I gave her the composite.



                     



                    #950 love my shoes

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                      Posted 18 August 2011 - 11:56 AM

                      hey ladies - I was in a wedding earlier this year and we used the Henkaa convertible bridesmaid dresses - they were really nice and it was cool to be able to change them around -throughout the day and have something I can actually wear again!  Oh but one tip - make sure you have body tape on hand to help keep things in place!!!  We wore the long purple ones for her wedding and I'm probably having my bridesmaids wear them too, but in the short version since it'll be a destination wedding. Let me know if you want to see a picture and I'll get one I can post.






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