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Subject: looking for online trim sources Date: 8/14/12 5:28 PM

I was snoop shopping and fell in love with this skirt today - not only because it's awesome, but also because it'd be so easy to knock off.

http://www.nanettelepore.com/clothing/bottoms/rein-me-in-skir.html

But, I need some good trim sources, and my locals aren't so great. Do anyone know of online shops that are particularly awesome for trim? -- Edited on 8/14/12 5:28 PM --
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Date: 8/14/12 5:45 PM

I am looking for trim, as well. I used to have some sellers marked on ebay but don't seem to have them anymore. I do have this seller bookmarked, but have never purchased anything from them. I am looking for larger appliques to go around a ballgown neckline.

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Date: 8/14/12 5:50 PM

Aliexpress may have it.

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Date: 8/15/12 8:08 PM

You might try M&J Trimming. MJTrim

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Date: 8/15/12 11:55 PM

I have had great luck buying trims of various kinds from etsy. Those should be fairly simple to find--various widths of black grosgrain ribbon, plus a few specialty trims. I've never bought from JoAnn online, but our brick & mortar shop has GADS of trim--and I go through a lot, with the historical and fantasy costuming I do. :)

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Date: 8/16/12 9:13 AM

So it sounds like you are looking for a roll of grosgrain...
www.trimfabrics.com may have what you need . Vogue fabrics often sells wholesale lots of trim..this may be useful as well.

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