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Originally Posted by Angelina View Post

Hey ladies,

 

I think I posted on this thread a LONG time ago but I thought I would say hello again! How's everything going for you all? I am counting down, I am on my way to the Mayan Riviera in 9 weeks, holy %&*%!!! I don't have any of the major stuff to do still except for final fitting of my dress, but I am getting all worried about 'extras' like favours and stuff. Not sure if they are necessary or not - you can go crazy with all that stuff so easily! Oh yeah, and my groom procrastinated on getting the outfits for his side, so I have to go on a wild chase around the city in hopes of finding the same linen suit that we got him from Le Chateau.

 

Ah well! What can ya do?

 

:o)


don't forget the le chateau outlet in the north side also! (on 137th ave), there's also one in mayfield common (i think), south common (for sure) - good luck!

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Angelina - I've noticed most of the summery stuff like linen suits are hard to find now, but I was at the le Chateau outlet in Calgary ( not sure if Edmonton has one or not) and it loos like that is where all of the out of season clothes get shipped to. They have a ton of linen suits there. Good luck!

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2 more months for me! who hoo! just went into debbie's bridal fashions today to get my dressed altered. changing the neckline from straight to sweetheart, adding a bustle, hemming and taking the sides in (so it's going through a huge transformation - i hope everything turns out well) my alterations cost $360+ tax yikes! But if the reviews are as good as it is - it is all worth it :)

 

 

 

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Hey pinyaflava, this Debbie's bridal fashion do they just do alterations? Or do they just sell gowns and offer alterations to their customers?

 

Originally Posted by pinayflava View Post

2 more months for me! who hoo! just went into debbie's bridal fashions today to get my dressed altered. changing the neckline from straight to sweetheart, adding a bustle, hemming and taking the sides in (so it's going through a huge transformation - i hope everything turns out well) my alterations cost $360+ tax yikes! But if the reviews are as good as it is - it is all worth it :)

 

 

 



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They only do wedding gown alterations (and sell like a few veils and tiara's) but that's it! They specialize in wedding gowns!
 

Originally Posted by L&C In Love View Post

Hey pinyaflava, this Debbie's bridal fashion do they just do alterations? Or do they just sell gowns and offer alterations to their customers?

 


 


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Thanks! Let me know how they do, I think I will need to look for a place that does this and I need to get my top changed to a sweetheart too!

 

Originally Posted by pinayflava View Post

They only do wedding gown alterations (and sell like a few veils and tiara's) but that's it! They specialize in wedding gowns!
 


 


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Amsterdam Tailors/Bridal and Tuxedo Junction just behind Grant MacEwan is great too.  My friend had her dress hemed, bustled, bra added in and sides taken in 3 sizes(she is really tiny!) for $300.  I am in the process of getting mine altered too and for the hem, bustle and bra it is about $200.  Hundreds of dollars cheaper than what Bridal Debut quoted me and I'm dealing with one seamstress from start to finish!(My SIL had an awful experience at Bridal Debut with a crooked hem, multiple seamstresses and extra charges for cutting strings!)

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