- 6 years ago
- Wedding: November 1999
I’d say fit and flare…. Not a mermaid or a true a line
fit and flare
Sometimes also referred to as trumpet?
is fit and flare same as trumpet? are the terms interchangeable?
I googled it
Fit and Flare Gowns
The term “fit and flare” refers to both the trumpet and mermaid styles of gown. The bodice is fitted through the hips and the skirt flares out to the floor. Trumpet gowns flare around the mid-thigh, while mermaids are fitted to the knee before coming to a dramatic flare at the bottom. Both styles are form-fitting and strike a provocative silhouette. The terms trumpet and fit and flare are used interchangeably depending on the designer.
i can add crinoline, maybe make it poofier
who’s the designer?
mori lee. Do you like her? thinking of trying her on?
This is Mori Lee 1614! This is my dress and I love it!! I have a picture on my profile if you want to see it 🙂
do you think you can send me or post different angles of this dress? it is SO hard to find pix of this dress on real brides! and I am getting anxious waiting on her to arrive. It won’t be til JUly!! are you wearing crinoline underneath?