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Bridesmaid dresses - not multiway ?

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Bridezilla

Jarlo have some lovely fitted dresses. They have their own website and are also on Asos. In fact Asos have quite a lot of options that aren’t multiway.

Bridezilla

There are a few fitted things in Little Mistress, have a look at their website, they have a big range of stuff. My bridesmaids are all choosing their own and my sis got a very nice one from LM (not fitted though in her case, fitted top and bigger skirt).

For example : https://www.little-mistress.com/elsie-glitter-bardot-maxi-dress-p8707

Here are all the bridesmaid ones: https://www.little-mistress.com/wedding-c250/bridesmaid-dresses-c117

Good luck :)

Cecilia x

My planning thread : http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/forum/your-planning-threads/relaxed-summer-wedding-in-the-chilterns/454084.html

New bride

Chi chi London is worth a look. Not sure if they will have what you want but they have a pretty good range. 

Wedding addict

Ashley72 wrote (see post):

Jarlo have some lovely fitted dresses. They have their own website and are also on Asos. In fact Asos have quite a lot of options that aren’t multiway.

Hey Ashley - yes I was very interested in Jarlo and then I went to look at the lm in store in House of Fraser and I was just not keen on the colours or the actual quality. Not sure if it was just the dresses they had in store but the dresses were falling apart so I was just put off! 

Wedding addict

Cecilia13 wrote (see post):

There are a few fitted things in Little Mistress, have a look at their website, they have a big range of stuff. My bridesmaids are all choosing their own and my sis got a very nice one from LM (not fitted though in her case, fitted top and bigger skirt).

For example : https://www.little-mistress.com/elsie-glitter-bardot-maxi-dress-p8707

Here are all the bridesmaid ones: https://www.little-mistress.com/wedding-c250/bridesmaid-dresses-c117

Good luck :)

Thanks for this- I just had a look and they are lovely - just not what I am looking for. 

A lot of what I like style wise seems to be based in Aus. but then all the shipping costs a fortune 

New bride

We were planning to get dresses from Asos

Bridezilla

The style of dress you have posted is more prom/evening than bridesmaid - maybe look at prom suppliers?

My planning thread: http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/forum/your-planning-threads/town-centre-barn-wedding---august-2019/452338.html

New bride

I got mine from JJs house uk. The reviews I read were okay but as they had the colour I wanted i decided to take a chance. you can order a colour sample and they send you all 4 material types they do. 

If you order normal sizes ( not custom made), You will be able to return theM. I order an extra size as one of my bridesmaid were hard to work out Size wise. They also sell material by yard, which was used to add a colour sleeves and bows to my bouquets, and I also made pocket squares. 

They also have an online chat which is so good as you can get answers to all the questions you may have. 

https://www.jjshouse.co.uk/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw5NnbBRDaARIsAJP-YR8CrZ5lLYUCqvColkYhVrQFnYzdAMClvJrnsvFV5xcuESexf-qtA2gaAvEhEALw_wcB

New bride

Have a look at Dessy. Its a US bridesmaid brand but is stocked in the UK in a lot of bridal shops. You can find their stock lists on the website. They have hundreds of styles and colours but are roughly £200 per dress so can get pricey if you have a lot of bridesmaids!

Wedding addict

Lovely dresses!

Thanks all for your suggestions - I decided to dig further onto Asos and looked on Asos marketplace and Voila! The joke is the dress is multiway haha BUT it's satin multiway which I have never seen before! and they are the exact colour I was after too!

Also a bloody bargain at £45!!! I have ordered one to see what the quality is like...fingers crossed

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