Let's begin with the background of the wedding dress. It was purchased from an online website which appears to be more on the reputable and trustworthy side and the dress was very close to the pictures online. Quality was good in terms of the Chantilly lace they used, good chiffon, lined well, neat sewing, French seams and some nice beadwork. So I'd say it delivered what was promised.
Probably a few minor alterations needed and it'll fit much better for her. The sleeves were a little to wide and not long enough for her. And the placement of the belt looked a little off because it positioned a little too high in the front. So it was an issue with proportions and measurements. I also noticed a missing hook closure for the back and I found it odd that they have the material tag label sewn at the side where u can see it from outside since its sheer netting- the kind of label that says like 100% polyester, hand wash, etc. Also noticed that the button hoops stretches a lot revealing gaps at the back when worn.
I tackled the main issue first- the I'll fitting sleeve that is too wide and wrinkles a lot! The reason it appeared so wrinkled was because the entire sleeve was made up of two layers of netting so they did not seem to sit well together or was not flushed well to each other, hence, the wrinkly appearance. I removed one of the layers, and it look much better when the lace is placed on a single layer base so that the lace will stand out a bit more. I also shortened it to become 3/4 sleeves which is more flattering for her and finished the edges with lace borders instead of the usual straight hem.