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WEDDING HELP NEEDED. Lindy Bop Abigail - do you have this dress?

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ToastyFingers Thu 16-Mar-17 10:09:16

Posting here for traffic, I'd jump for joy if anyone could help,

Long story short, dp and I are getting married next week, just us and two witnesses, then a nice meal for about 10 of us, I'd bought the Abigail dress as we're on a pretty tight (non-existent, really) budget, and I thought, for the money it looked pretty good.

Anyway, I tried to on for one last time yesterday and I must have lost weight because it's too big! If anybody has this dress in ivory, in a size 8 I'd be over the moon if you'd sell it to me.

I know I could try and pick another dress but it took me so long to settle on his one, and I've bought shoes to match and all that nonsense.

I've had a look on eBay/Amazon/gumtree to no avail but will keep checking.

The nice ladies on style and beauty suggested posting here for the traffic, and I feel the need to mention, embarrassingly, the wedding is next Wednesday. I feel a real idiot for leaving it this late sad.

sonyaya Thu 16-Mar-17 10:20:11

I don't have the dress I'm afraid but could getting it altered to fit you be an option?

OhHolyFuck Thu 16-Mar-17 10:23:02

Have you emailed Lindy bop on the offchance?

Topuptheglass Thu 16-Mar-17 10:24:36

Take it to a local dressmaker?

Unless you've lost drastic amounts of weight, it'll be easily enough altered.

PotteringAlong Thu 16-Mar-17 10:25:45

I agree; you need a good local dressmaker. Or shed loads of cake grin

Notanotherpawpatrol Thu 16-Mar-17 10:26:28

I agree a local seamstress will be able to alter it quickly and it won't be too expensive (cheaper than buying a new dress anyway!) What area are you in? Maybe one of us might have a recommendation?

ToastyFingers Thu 16-Mar-17 10:27:05

I'm going to take a look into getting it altered this afternoon, there's a shop not far from me I can try if not though, I can't really get futher afield to look for another one by Wednesday.
I'll email Lindy bop now.

ToastyFingers Thu 16-Mar-17 10:27:47

Haha, loads of cake is always an option, I'm in south Wales.

PollytheDolly Thu 16-Mar-17 10:52:12

Good luck! And post a pic after smile

ToastyFingers Thu 16-Mar-17 11:00:35

Thanks, will do, we're not having a photographer, but dp (soon to be dh, Ooh, exciting!) Is pretty handy win a camera so I'm sure he'll snap some pictures.

Donttouchmycoat Thu 16-Mar-17 11:12:20

There is a group on face book called lindy bop clothing buy swap and sell, you should put a post on there and see if someone can help you out

ToastyFingers Thu 16-Mar-17 11:30:14

That's a really good idea! I'm not on facebook, I'll ask my friend to look for me.

likewhatevs Thu 16-Mar-17 11:34:23

I second facebook. There are quite a few groups - some specific to Lindy bop, and others e.g. rockabilly, retro, bunny bazaar etc groups and they will be very helpful.

peachgreen Thu 16-Mar-17 12:41:35

Hmm, it doesn't look like a difficult dress to alter and probably will be cheaper to get that done than buying a new one. Plus it will look so much better on you when it's been properly fitted.

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