This dress is Made-To-Order. Whether you choose a standard size or custom measurements, our tailors craft each dress to order (See Tailoring Time). By selecting "Custom Size", your dress will be personally tailored for your exact fit.
Q: Can I return or cancel the dress if I change my mind?
A: Each dress is made to order in DressFirst, including standard size dresses. The custom nature of our dresses means our cancellation and Return Policy is stricter than other items, so it's important to order carefully.
Q: How long can I receive my item?
A: Total Delivery Time is based on the tailoring/processing time + shipping time, you will find them in the product pages.
Q: How can I make sure I order the correct size and fit?
A: Compare your unique measurements with DressFirst's size chart and measuring guide. By selecting "Custom Size", your dress will be personally tailored for your exact fit.
Q: Can I order this dress in a different style/fabric/length?
A: Please understand that each dress is carefully tailored to match exactly what you see in the photos, so unfortunately we are unable to modify the fabric/length in any way. Currently, the two acceptable changes are removing the trains and adding spaghetti straps, only for dresses with simple designs.
I am very happy with the speed at which the dress was made up and delivered to me. I couldn't believe though that the two sleeves didn't match. In the picture you cannot see clearly that one sleeve is totally different to the other. At first i thought it was a bad mistake in manufacture. Then i realised it was probably meant to look like that- assymetrical. Anyway it looks totally ridiculous and it should have been shown very clearly in the photo so you can see what your'e getting. Anyhow, problem solved now as I decided to chop both of the sleeves off and and have it strapless which looks quite nice.
It is a lace-up back and even though i gave my bust measurement as one inch less that i am (because i would lose weight before my wedding), i have to have the lacing fully tightened until it bunches up and even then it's only just tight enough. What i've decided to do is take the lace out and put in a zipper then I'll attach some pearls where the loops are.
The workmanship is quite good and for the price you can't complain about the finish.