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Infinity Dress (Multi way, Twist dress) where to buy

Hi, I know there are a lot of negativity towards the infinity dress but with all of my bridesmaids being a very similar size and the versatile of it, I think that is the route we are going to go. BUT I don't know where to buy from! The Heenka, and dessy ones are a little out of price range. There are a ton of etsy ones but has anyone ever bought them from etsy. Or is there anywhere else. (Target does not have our color)
Thanks! 

Re: Infinity Dress (Multi way, Twist dress) where to buy

  • amymae2 said:
    Hi, I know there are a lot of negativity towards the infinity dress but with all of my bridesmaids being a very similar size and the versatile of it, I think that is the route we are going to go. BUT I don't know where to buy from! The Heenka, and dessy ones are a little out of price range. There are a ton of etsy ones but has anyone ever bought them from etsy. Or is there anywhere else. (Target does not have our color)
    Thanks! 

    Please please please do not subject your friends to these dresses. They show every lump and give no support whatsoever. Get one yourself and you'll understand how terrible these things are. They are boob accidents waiting to happen. 

    Why not pick a designer, color, and length and let your ladies have at it?


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  • I also agree with PDKH.  These are a great idea, but horrible in reality.   They rarely look good on people and the chances for a wardrobe malfunction is high.   Also, if you do find the cheaper ones, your liklihood of them looking even worse because of even cheaper fabric will increase.

  • I suggest finding a store, like David's Bridal, or a designer that has dresses within the lowest budget (you should ask each BM in private about what their budget is) and pick a colour, length, and fabric and then let your BMs pick out and buy their own dresses. 
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  • those dresses are ugly they were not meant for weddings they should be used as cover ups at the beach

    MandyMosthuskypuppy14
  • They're so not versatile, though. I loved the idea of them and used to own several... they never stayed put in any of the different ways to tie them. You don't want your bridesmaids to be forced to adjust them and retie them constantly, which is what will happen. Have you not ever worn one of these yourself? Buy one and just try to wear it a whole day. Guarantee you will rip it off and put it straight in the trash.
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  • @knotporscha, JuneBride&Groom is a vendor. She constantly posts the link to that quantwedding site over and over.

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  • I think these are universally hated (and they are the expensive ones). Cheap ones are even worse.
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  • Bhldn and Jenny Yoo have ones, both called "Annabelle," that I've heard good things about, but they are about $100 MORE than the dessy/Heenka ones. Seems more like they're good for a variety of looks, but not so great if you are looking for something budget friendly. And these ones just seem to have convertible straps--the dress itself is a well-made strapless column gown, unlike the ones that are basically just a big swath of jersey fabric.
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