TCD: Your Reliable Source For High Quality Formal Wear
TCD is authorized retailer of several well known formal wear brands. We have a large collection of special occasion dresses that are in stock ready to ship.
Real Dress Video/ Pictures
What you see is what you get. All of our dresses are photographed in our own studio. See video and pictures of real dresses before you buy.
Your Personal Designer
Have your dress custom made for perfect fit! Select your favourite colour from our fabric swatches. We will make your dress with love.
Unique High Fashion Designs
Our designer group watch keenly the latest celebrity fashion seen at all major red carpet events and create unique celeb insipred sytles.
Our production team is made up of skilled dressmakers with 10 to 30 years of professional experience. Your dress will be made with care and expertise.
All dresses are directly delivered from the factory with no third party involved so you can enjoy low wholesale prices.
How Your Dress Is Made
1. Style Designing
2. Pattern Making
4. Pleats Ruching
6. Under Pressing
8. Top Pressing
We only use high-quality fabric. The satin fabric we use has softer touch, thicker texture and more beautiful gloss compared with normal material.
Elastic Fish Bones
We use high-density fish-bones which are firm and elastic，creating a flattering shape. Poor-quality wedding dresses come with no fish bones and bad shape.
Our skin-friendly dresses are lined in the skirt by evenly consistent needle code. Totally-enclosed overlock looks clean and elegant. The skirts of poor-quality dresses are not lined inside and are easily get worn out.
Invisible zippers require complicated work and skill. We use YKK zippers imported from Japan. Low quality dresses come with non-branded zippers that are exposed and easily broken.
Low Quality Zipper
do you use zippers or clamp close?
Posted byon Sunday, February 14, 2016Hi Kaley, Zipper. Thank you for contacting us!
When taking the shoulder width measurement for this dress, should I measure the full width of my upper back, or should I measure the points where a sleeveless garment would sit (i.e. should I start at the crease where one shoulder joins my body and measure across to the other crease, therefore not including the back of the upper arm, or should I measure the total width of the shoulder area)? My measurements are 20 inches for full upper back and 16 inches from one crease over the back to the next. I usually take a US 6 in the shoulder area. Please tell me which of these measurements (20 inches or 16inches) sounds about right for a US 6?
Posted byon Saturday, October 10, 2015Dear Bella, The shoulder width is from shoulder tip to shoulder tip across back. So 16 inches sounds about right for a US 6. Thanks for contacting us.
Hi, there are no pictures of the dress you are making. Is it an exact replica of the one which appears in the photos? Or have some small changes been made? And if so, could you detail these changes please?
Posted byon Thursday, October 8, 2015Dear Arabella, Our dress is very similar to the pictures. Thanks for contacting us.
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