248 Mott St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Prince St.
By srcole9 on 4/7/2009
I had an amazing experience purchasing my wedding dress at Blue. I got exactly what I wanted at price that was incredibly reasonable considering i got a custom made, one of a kind dress! Since my wedding, I've been back to Blue and had a black cocktail dress made that reminds me of my wedding dress! I whole-heartedly recommend this boutique.
By srs on 12/19/2008
Cristina is fun and low key and very talented. I didn't know exactly what I wanted and she understood my style and what would be most flattering and designed a beautiful and unique dress. She also helped me choose a one-of-a-kind bracelet from one of her jewelry designer friends. If you are looking for an impeccable bridal salon with uniformed sales people, this is not the place for you; but if you value a relaxed environment with an eccentric but extremely fun and talented designer, Blue is worth a visit.
By mkr29 on 2/20/2008
I love Christina and Blue! She made a beautiful and completely affordable dress for my wedding. Her designs are modern, fun, elegant... she understands what works with your body type. Just trust in her!
By alex_w on 6/19/2007
My wife ordered six bridesmaids dresses from Blue, and we had a *very* negative experience. Several gripes: * My wife scheduled a fitting for a friend who lives a couple of hours away. The Blue ladies knew that the friend was traveling--yet the dress wasn't ready for her to try on when she arrived. * My wife asked for the dresses to be ready 2 weeks before the wedding , to send to bridesmaids who live in other states. The dresses were delivered 2 days before the wedding, leaving no time for alterations. * Many details were off. For example, the hems on 3 of the dresses were quite uneven. On others the zippers were poorly installed, such that they caused the material to bunch. * Of the six custom-made dresses, only 2 fit well One fit so badly that it was unwearable. We'd recommend working with them only if all the dresses can be tried on in the store. Also, give them a deadline that's way before the dress(es) are needed. Then you'll have time for last minute alterations to correct fit and sloppy craftsmanship.