Originally Posted by KittyInHeels
I just got a reply from Jasmine's. They can only give me $142.
They basically denied responsibilities for many errors they made (which my tailor pointed out), and for the mistakes they admitted, they said that they are entitled to make errors as errors happen (how can you trust your wedding dress to this kind of attitude?). So that's the level of 'designer grade craftsmanship' you get from this dressmaker. My tailor kept on shaking her head and kept on saying that they are 'stupid' in making this error, that error...
In regards to 'designer grade fabric', they said that even though the fabric contains tiny tiny bit of silk, it is still 'partial silk' so they are not false advertising. So that's the level of 'designer grade fabric' they use.
My advise to ladies out there, if you want a really nice main wedding dress that you won't feel embarrassed by, go to a wedding boutique and get the dress from there as you can atually check on things like seams, bumps, boning, bra cups, inner layer, how see through the fabric is, material, stitching, beading, etc. But if you are looking for a dress to trash, for a reception or looking for an 'okay' or 'nice' dress, than go with Jasmine's. If you want an outstanding dress that takes people's breath away, maybe avoid them.
But this is just MY experience. Others might have had a wonderful experience with them. You just have to do what feels right for you.
I will wear the dress as I don't have money or time to get another dress, the dress is nice, it's just not of a high quality.
Wow I almost went w/ them for a reception dress from all the great reviews! But they were too cost prohibitive. If it's w/in 6 months and you paid through credit card I would call your credit company and dispute $300 of the charge. They misrepresented their product in my opinion and are trying to blame you. You can send your cc company all those photos as proof. The shoddy sewing I would expect from a ebayed dress but not for 600 bucks.