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Send us pictures of the wedding gown you like, together with your personal requirements.
We will provide you a rough quote, with recommended fabrics selection.
Confirm every single detail by filling out our custom order form. Take measurements following our guide.
Place the order with 50% deposit paid. Custom dress making can take approx. 5 months.
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A-line dresses flare out from the hips and gradually widen towards the hem, essentially creating a silhouette that resembles the letter A. This silhouette naturally highlights the bust while slimming the waist and skimming over the hips. As such, it makes a lovely option for most body shapes.
A ball gown is the one dress that we all have dreamed about being a princess when we were little! It features a full bell-shaped skirt and fitted bodice. This dress shape is often achieved using multiple layers of tulle and fabric to create the fullness of the skirt.
A sheath dress is one that follows your natural body shape. This means that it doesn’t have any extra fabric to create volume, however, it softly flares out a little towards the hem. A sheath often leaves an impression of fashion, natural and easy-going.
A mermaid wedding dress is one that is extremely fitted and then flares out at the knees. This shape is often exaggerated with thick, flowing fabric cascading from the knees and expanding outwards. With the play-up on body curves, this fashion statement will make you the sexiest and most memorable bride ever.
The key to picking out the perfect dress is to match the dress style with your body shape. You will want something that accentuates your best features while drawing attention away from the parts you aren’t so keen on. Check out our illustration below!
All our dresses are individually made to the measurements that you provide.
Some basic measurements (cm) we need are: Bust, Waist, Hips, Shoulder to Ground (including heels), Shoulder Across and Bust Height. For custom dresses, there may be more measurements we need to take from you.
Shoulder Across: Horizontal width from shoulder bone to shoulder bone. Measure from the back.
Bust Height: Vertical distance from shoulder bone to nipple.
Measure from the front.
If you are worried about the accuracy of the measurements, you can check out your daily clothing size and compare it with the Australian Sizing Chart below.
Many brides plan to lose weight before the big day and would go for a smaller size wedding dress. We recommend not to do so, because it is a lot easier to take in rather than to let out. Your dress will be made to the measurements of your current body size. We do not provide fitting services or cover alterations afterward.
Alternatively, you can go for a corset design in the back. That allows you to loosen up or tighten a bit if your body shape slightly changes before your big day.