What should we do before or when or after place the order?
Before you buy the dress, you'd better ask a tailor to measure for you to make sure the size is right, also you should take care of the color to make sure it is what you want, when you place the order, you should tell us right phone number and address(except P.O. Box or APO/FPO address), after you place the order, you should reply our conformation email in 24 hours, if there is no reply or no change, we will do the dresses as your original information.
Shipping Info/How long will it take to get my order?
Dresses in stock can be received within 6-7 working days after you confirm.
Dresses out of stock :the period of time from when you submit your order to when the order leaves the warehouse. After you place the order we will contact you to confirm order details, if you want us custom made, you had better choose custom made, or we will do the dress with standard size, please give us a confirmation reply in 24 hours. After we confirm the size with you through the email we will ship the dress out within 15-25 working days.If you cancel the order after you give us the permission to process your order, you just can get half refund.
How long should I order my dress before the event?
We suggest that you place the order in advance of your event date as soon as you can. You´d better leave for 1 month. It also affords you a comfortable time frame to accommodate any alteration if necessary.
Can I change the color of the gown or the accent of the gown? How much is the extra charge?
Yes. You can change the color of the gown. But we recommend you think it over before you make any change of the style or color. It might be different from your imagination. When you place the order, Please check the color on our color chart and tell us the color you select, and we want to tell you that there is no extra charge, it is just free.
Can I place my order over the phone?
We do not accept phone orders at this moment. We require all orders in writing to avoid errors.
Common suggestion for plus size
Slim A-Line: Slim A-line: A-line dresses are flattering to the
pear shape figure because they highlight the top half of the body and
camouflage the lower half. But make sure to keep the skirt on the
smaller side as too much volume will add bulk.
Princess Cut: The Princess Cut: Princess Cut dresses have an A-line shape and no seam at the waist, which gives a long, uninterrupted appearance that is extremely flattering. Skirts can range from slim A-lines to full A-lines, but the key is that they begin to flare just below your natural waist, hiding a heavier bottom.
Sleeves and Straps: Sleeves and Straps: Despite the popularity of strapless dresses, many curvy women shy away from them. Designers are responding to this by making more options in necklines. Busty brides often feel most comfortable with a little covering up top. Tank style dresses are very flattering as are cap sleeves and even three-quarter sleeves. One trend that works particularly well is sheer fabrics. Netting and tulle are chic alternatives that provide coverage without drawing attention to the chest area.