Have you fallen for a dress but can't come to our Brussels showroom for your fitting?
No worries, due to high international demand, we now offer a remote, tailor-made ordering service for brides outside of Belgium.
Let us guide you through this unique and exciting process:
WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
To initiate our collaboration, I suggest you schedule a Zoom call during which we will discuss your preferences, your ceremony and your style. We will then proceed to select your dream dress. This will also be the perfect opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have regarding this unique and personalized process.
Once you have chosen your dress, you will be asked to pay a deposit. Afterwards, I will send you a detailed form including the necessary measurements, accompanied by clear instructions for taking them correctly. You will find that it is a simple process, which you can carry out alone or with the help of your other half.
Using these measurements, I will draw the pattern for your dress and then proceed to make it in our Brussels atelier.
Your sublime dress is now ready!
It's time to settle the remaining balance, and we'll carefully ship your precious creation via UPS or DHL.
Upon receipt of your dress, I strongly advise you to seek the services of a qualified tailor or seamstress for any last minute adjustments, thus ensuring a perfect fit.
I had fallen in love with one of Valentine’s designs after seeing it online and was so thrilled to learn that she could make me a dress without having to come to the atelier. I’m based in NY and was not able to travel to Europe because of the pandemic. I sent Valentine my measurements and we had a few phone calls and she made me the perfect dress! When the dress finally arrived in New York, it fit like a glove without needing any alterations and was even more gorgeous than I had anticipated. The dress is very well-made, and Valentine’s attention to detail really comes through. Working with valentine was a pleasure and I highly recommend her to anyone looking for a contemporary take on classic design.”