This manufacturer describes its style of clothing as a combination of Gothic, Renaissance, Bohemian and Gypsy. Many of the styles are modest, and the culotte-type pants are unique. Check our layering tops or accessories sections if needed to find help for raising the necklines on tops and formal dresses from this supplier. Check the Actual Garment Measurements for each style to pick the right size from a range extending all the way to 5X.
This Regency-era gown is custom made to order in a variety of solid-color satins, with or without a sheer overlay. Hand embroidery and beading at the neckline and on the sleeve bands adds a finishing touch. This gown is not visible in product listings while the website is being re-designed, but it is still available for order.
One of the earliest online retailers, this company continues to offer popular styles from modest formal and bridal dress manufacturers. The provided link leads to a list of all the collections, both modest and strapless. A seamstress who specializes in building up necklines and adding sleeves works with the store by referral. Go directly to the exclusively modest collection for dresses that are already altered for modesty.
This website is an advertising hub for private sellers and buyers of used, modest formal and bridal gowns. The items listed for sale meet a strict standard of modesty that would appeal to many groups in addition to the LDS community to which this service is targeted. Dresses must have at least a cap sleeve and no high slits, low backs or necklines. Hems must at least reach the knee.
With customer service based in Utah and a stock and shipping warehouse in New York, this company is an online-only storefront that stocks various brands of casual and formal dress styles for women, with a special category of wrap and front-button dresses for nursing mothers.