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#3881 ROXY6997

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    Posted 03 October 2011 - 04:34 PM

    BABYONLINE:

     

     

     

     


    #3882 ROXY6997

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      Posted 03 October 2011 - 04:36 PM

      Hilarious about the manequins being marked the same LOL



      #3883 misskim_red@msn.com

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        Posted 03 October 2011 - 04:56 PM

        It looks beautiful on you!  I think it cam out very nice and pretty close to the original.


        'Gra geal mo chroi'

        #3884 KittyInHeels

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          Posted 03 October 2011 - 05:28 PM


          Hi, I got an email from gianinarbridal today after I complained about the belt and the veil. I paid $30 for the veil and $20 for the belt and $25 for shipping (so total of $75). They said that they will refund me $45 and I can keep all the products. This actually sounds pretty good to me, so I accepted (I think they didn't spend much time on labour and money to get the fabrics to make the belt and the veil so they might have thought it's easier to just make me go quiet by giving me refund). So I got a belt (which I need to sew them together myself) and a veil (which I need to trim and fix myself) for $30. All in all, that's not too bad (I am starting to like the veil), but I still won't buy a dress from them, especially when they quoted me $359.

           

          Jasmine's Bridal quoted $400 for the standard grade dress I want with various upgrade options (all the way to $800 if I used both designer grade materials and craftsmen!). They certainly look and act more professional, seem to use better quality materials and workers and there seems to be better promises and guarantee. But not sure if I want to upgrade to pay $800 for a dress bought online...

           

          Has anyone bought from Jasmine's Bridal with premimum grade and deisgner grade? Please let me know of your experiences. :)

           

          KittyinHeels

           

           

          Originally Posted by KittyInHeels 

          Hi all, I just got a belt/sash and a veil from gianinarbridal. All I can say is that I won't buy anything from them again.

           

          I ordered a belt/sash which all the belt parts weren't even sewn together. What were they thinking? The veil was of low quality material and the lace trimming had threads coming out of it plus veil fabric wasn't properly trimmed. The price they charged is a lot more compared to other dress makers (and they do poorer job).

           

          Their communication is very slow too, they initially said that the belt and the veil would be ready in 5 days. It took more than a month! If I didn't nag them, it would have taken them longer!

           

          Maybe just bad luck, but I can't recommend gianinarbridal to other people.

           



           



          #3885 Katusha

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            Posted 04 October 2011 - 11:48 PM

            To all of you ladies who have not decided on their dress maker - Jasmine's Bridal is absolutely amazing! I received my dress last week, but have been too busy to take photos for all of you. I should be able to do it in next few days. I was absolutely amazed with the quality of my dress and its beauty. I am on cloud nine and could not be any happier. The original dress is $1600 not including the alterations, Jasmine's charged me almost $600 and it was the best choice I've ever made. Communications were superb, customer service was outstanding. I highly recommend, especially if your inspirational dress is very detailed and costly. 

            Cheers!



            #3886 vbbbtk

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              Posted 05 October 2011 - 04:06 AM

              Katusha,

               

              I can't wait to see pictures!  I too used Jasmines and could not be happier!

               

              Originally Posted by Katusha 

              To all of you ladies who have not decided on their dress maker - Jasmine's Bridal is absolutely amazing! I received my dress last week, but have been too busy to take photos for all of you. I should be able to do it in next few days. I was absolutely amazed with the quality of my dress and its beauty. I am on cloud nine and could not be any happier. The original dress is $1600 not including the alterations, Jasmine's charged me almost $600 and it was the best choice I've ever made. Communications were superb, customer service was outstanding. I highly recommend, especially if your inspirational dress is very detailed and costly. 

              Cheers!



               



              #3887 CJ2013

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                Posted 06 October 2011 - 05:20 AM

                Hello,

                 

                I am wondering if anyone has order from Phoebebridal.com before? Please let me know. Thanks

                 

                 



                #3888 aussie292929

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                  Posted 06 October 2011 - 06:36 AM

                  Does Jasmines bridal dresses feel as heavy as shop  brought wedding dresses? and do they feel cheap? they look nice but if you touch it feel cheap.

                   

                  Also do they discolour. my wedding inst forover 7 months but i want to get it early just incase.

                   

                  thanks!



                  #3889 aussie292929

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                    Posted 06 October 2011 - 11:50 AM

                    Hi, when buying a dress from Jasmines bridal, does the dress weigh like a dress from a shop does? and does the fabric feel and look the same or does it feel cheap?

                     

                    i have brough a dress frim china before and they feel very cheap and not much fabric so i dont want the same for my wedding dress.

                     

                    thanks for the info



                    #3890 ROXY6997

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                      Posted 06 October 2011 - 06:50 PM


                      I bought mine from babyonline and it did not appear to be cheaply made, the materials were nice, the stitching was well done, and the dress is actually heavy...Jasmine's may be even better as they cost three times as much
                       

                      Originally Posted by aussie292929 

                      Hi, when buying a dress from Jasmines bridal, does the dress weigh like a dress from a shop does? and does the fabric feel and look the same or does it feel cheap?

                       

                      i have brough a dress frim china before and they feel very cheap and not much fabric so i dont want the same for my wedding dress.

                       

                      thanks for the info



                       






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