TRAINLOOP was born out of me sewing buttons and loops on the back of dresses and I thought there must be an easy way.

Susan Mcfarland

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Designed By Susan Mcfarland

I have spent most of my life helping brides look and feel amazing on their wedding day, either by creating the bespoke dress of their dreams or by making their bridal gown fit them perfectly on their wedding day with alteration and customisation. Most wedding gowns have a train so it's great to be able to loop or bustle it up for your first dance, in particular.

I have previously made train loops by stitching on buttons and loops or hooks and eyes, if a wedding dress required an American Bustle, until, one day, I came up with idea for the Trainloop, which requires no sewing

Meet the Seamstress
Designed By Susan Mcfarland
  • Laura McFadden (Bristol Bridal Boutique)

"The TRAINLOOP is a godsend for bridal boutiques and brides. It solves the problem of how to lift a train after the ceremony without a single stitch."

Laura McFadden (Bristol Bridal Boutique)


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