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    • MaxA79
      CommentAuthorMaxA79
      Posted: Jul 18th 2015
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    Hi All

    I found THE DRESS on Saturday, I tried it on and absolutely loved it which was a surprise after trying on a ton of dresses and really not feeling any of them, I'd started to think that maybe wedding dresses just weren't me.

    This dress was in the sale reduced from £1530 to £499 so it was just in my £500 budget (measly I know but it's all I have) I was about to say yes to the sales girl when my future MIL realised that there was dried blood spots on the back and some of the beads had fallen off. I'm gutted as I can't find it anywhere else and even if I could it will probably be full price.

    Searching online I saw a website called Jueshegowns and they say they make the gowns for you to your measurements. I'm really nervous about doing this as I've heard horror stories about buying dresses online. Has anyone done this and used this company or similar? If so can you recommend a company that I can trust to supply this dress?

    EDITED DUE TO LINKS AND SITE NAME WHICH ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE FORUM
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    • CommentAuthorMrsRobson2Be
      Posted: Jul 18th 2015
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    Did the shop not offer to clean the dress & fix the beading?
    If they didn't maybe give them a call & ask, you have nothing to lose!
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    • TheNewMrsBarrett
      CommentAuthorTheNewMrsBarrett
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Jul 18th 2015
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    I agree, you've nothing to lose by asking the shop hon. You will have to remove the link tho as they aren't allowed on the forum. If you unrestrict your profile you can post it on there and direct people to your profile page, also other people will be able to post any links/recommendations to your wall too xx
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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Jul 18th 2015
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    As Debbie said, if you unrestrict your profile people can post links on your wall. No links permitted on the forum, the problem when getting it online like that, it's mostly from China, you can get a good copy sometimes but also run the risk of getting a not so good copy! They can tend to use sequins instead of beading,

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