11/5 Buy My Wedding Dress!

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Remember my gorgeous, eco-couture, feminine, unique, wonderfully whimsical wedding dress? The one the designer, Deborah Lindquist, named for me?

Well, it can be yours, for a fraction of the cost of a new gown! Buying pre-owned and upcycling a perfectly good gown? It just don’t get more broke-ass brilliant than that!
I mean, just LOOK at the thing…

The “Dana” is made of Organic Linen and Vintage Lace. The beaded vintage lace bodice is embellished with freshwater pearls and mother of pearl. The organic linen full skirt bottom is bustled with 3 dimensional rosettes. Attached silk taffeta sash ties in back or side. It’s very gently used, but has been professionally cleaned and freshly hemmed. It has a small dark mark on the inside of the underskirt (not visible on outside). No one would ever be able to tell it’s been worn before!


Made by indie eco-couture designer Deborah Lindquist of LA.

Also included, a Deborah Lindquist original recycled cashmere shrug with accents of fuchsia, purple and green.



This gown was made to measure. I’m 5’7″ and was a size 6 at the time of the wedding. Bust size 34B. It ties up the back of the bustier top, so it can be loosened or tightened, and is easily hemmed.

Happy to answer any questions you might have about it, or provide additional info/images! More images can be seen in the official sale listing on Tradesy. I’m so thrilled this gorgeous gown will go to a good home, and make another bride feel as beautiful as I did on my wedding day! It’s doing no one any good just sitting in my closet, that’s for sure!

Head on over to Tradesy to buy it, or leave a comment below for more information!

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