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danceronice
04-29-2011, 11:40 PM
Word. Every one of her dreck creations screams porn star.

Like the infamous stripper fairy dress! :eek: :yikes:

I realize that Kleinfeld's has a deal with her so they have to pimp her dresses (SUCH an appropriate word for it) but yech. I like a good corset as much as the next girl (with a corset fetish, anyway) but it goes UNDER your clothes.

IceAlisa
04-29-2011, 11:41 PM
Like the infamous stripper fairy dress! :eek: :yikes:

Could you please link it? It sounds :rofl:

cruisin
04-29-2011, 11:44 PM
Like the infamous stripper fairy dress! :eek: :yikes:

I realize that Kleinfeld's has a deal with her so they have to pimp her dresses (SUCH an appropriate word for it) but yech. I like a good corset as much as the next girl (with a corset fetish, anyway) but it goes UNDER your clothes.

Kleinfelds is not a place I would go to for a wedding dress, it's a factory. A small place where they care about their clients is preferable.

I noticed the pointiness too. I just figured it was because lace is difficult to dart.

PDilemma
04-29-2011, 11:47 PM
This one is actually rather "modest" for her corset styles (scroll down for the pic):

http://www.amehndistyle.com/pnina-tornai-wedding-dress-exceptional-and-talented-wedding-dress-designer.html/pnina-tornai-wedding-dress-exceptional-and-talented-wedding-dress-designer15

And this one has sleeves (second pic on page) but that doesn't redeem it from tackiness:

http://weddingbellsblog.com/wedding-dress/sexy-wedding-dresses-inspired-by-lingerie/

There have been worse ones on the show.

IceAlisa
04-29-2011, 11:49 PM
^^^:rofl:

cruisin
04-30-2011, 12:02 AM
^^^ Who buys those? They make, even the tackiest ice dancing dresses look modest. What a waste of lace and silk.

IceAlisa
04-30-2011, 12:07 AM
I have a question regarding the tiara and the veil: lots of articles say the veil was held in place by the tiara but I can't see where it's attached. When the veil is over Kate's face, it seems as if it's just thrown over her head without being pinned down anywhere.

But after she lifts it, you can see it's attached behind the tiara. :confused:

overedge
04-30-2011, 12:10 AM
Word. Every one of her dreck creations screams porn star.

And there are brides who want to be "edgy" and "sexy" who think this is just fab.

I agree that her dresses are tasteless and slutty, but I'll give her props for being savvy enough to recognize that there is a segment of the bridal market that wants exactly that.

danceronice
04-30-2011, 12:11 AM
I'm on dial-up so it would take me all night (especially as I only know it as "the stripper fairy dress", which I'm sure is NOT what the designer called it!) but imagine the first one PDilemma linked, only instead of the long skirt, a short tutu-like thing and you basically have it.

Wait, strike that, I think I found it (by google image searching "Pnina Tornai stripper fairy dress".) http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_THPS8BLfd_g/Sxw5O_Z0MjI/AAAAAAAAAGE/xixspCfH51g/s320/Pnina-Tornai-11949-large.jpg

This or very similar.

cruisin
04-30-2011, 12:14 AM
^ Looks like something Oksana "Pasha" Grishuk wore :lol:

orbitz
04-30-2011, 12:17 AM
Remember the slip dress that Carolyn Bisset was in when she married JFK Jr. ? Kate has the body and carriage to carry off that look, but of course the dress itself woudn't have been appropriate for a royal wedding.

PDilemma
04-30-2011, 12:20 AM
Remember the slip dress that Carolyn Bisset was in when she married JFK Jr. ? Kate has the body and carriage to carry off that look, but of course the dress itself woudn't have been appropriate for a royal wedding.

She would have looked fab in that style, but way too understated for overhead shots going down the aisle at Westminster Abbey!

IceAlisa
04-30-2011, 12:23 AM
Yes. Kate was wise to go with a small train as this was the Westminster Abbey after all. Her dress had to be a statement, albeit a reserved and elegant one.

She is tall enough to pull of the train. I find shorter women don't look so good with trains, especially if the length of it approaches their height. :scream:

PDilemma
04-30-2011, 12:27 AM
I'm on dial-up so it would take me all night (especially as I only know it as "the stripper fairy dress", which I'm sure is NOT what the designer called it!) but imagine the first one PDilemma linked, only instead of the long skirt, a short tutu-like thing and you basically have it.

Wait, strike that, I think I found it (by google image searching "Pnina Tornai stripper fairy dress".) http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_THPS8BLfd_g/Sxw5O_Z0MjI/AAAAAAAAAGE/xixspCfH51g/s320/Pnina-Tornai-11949-large.jpg

This or very similar.

When you referenced the fairy dress, I assumed you met this, also from SYTD:

http://www.poptower.com/say-yes-to-the-dress-picture-35271.htm

I believe the bride provided her own fairy wings.

danceronice
04-30-2011, 12:58 AM
No, that one goes all the way to the floor. This one just looks like a Sexy Fairy Halloween costume in white. All it really needs are thigh-high white hose and a frilly garter visible. Oh, and 4" clear vinyl high heels. That would totally complete the look.