Vintage clothing that has either not been cleaned or properly stored through the years may turn yellow over time and soil spots will appear as yellowish or brown in color.
Depending on the strength of the fibers, condition of the fabric, type of stain or soiling, many issues can be reversed or remedied by our trained vintage wedding dress restoration experts.
Heirloom Restoration is a very labor-intensive process and is done in stages to protect the fabric while achieving the desired original appearance of the garment.
Bridal Gown Care has expertise and training in the wedding dress restoration processing and can achieve amazing results with vintage clothing.
Many times, bridal gowns have lost the opulent brightness that gives the original garment its glowing look. In this case it just needs to be restored through the restoration process to return it to its original look and remove any dingy overall appearance.
In some instances, a wedding gown doesn’t need to be vintage to have lost its glowing look. Some wedding dresses that have hung on the rack for a long period of time, sample gowns from 2 or 3 seasons ago, tend to fall into this category. They have just lost their luster and need to be restored.
Bridal Gown Care has the special skills, expertise, and equipment to return vintage wedding dresses to their original appearance.
Please contact us for a FREE NO-OBLIGATION CONSULTATION regarding the restoration of your special heirloom gown.
Call us at (562) 494-3200 or drop us a line using our online inquiry form for more information and to schedule an appointment to visit with us.
We will be happy to view your gown with you and explain in more detail the cleaning and restoration process, as well as answer any questions you may have about care for your wedding dress.
Bridal Gown Care has been serving Southern California brides since 1994 and is happy to answer any questions about the care of your wedding dress. We provide our services to brides throughout Southern California including Los Angeles, Orange County, The Inland Empire, and San Diego County.