Post # 1
in the first fitting – i love loved my dress and how it fit. Except it was too big – because the corsest was completely closed in back – so she had to take an inch from either side. but my girls were completely covered in the dress – no cleveage.
In the second fitting – im sad – it fits beautifully in the back – but now i have cleveage and im uncomfortable with it. the top part pulls away from my body. she is going to add cups and a little ruffle on top to give me more coverage …
will this look ok
current dress (from trying it on at the store – i have less cleveage in it then this picture)
the neckline will be changed to this – with the ruffle …
Post # 3
Honey, I’m sorry you’re upset. But honestly, I think this is the way the dress is supposed to fit. And It also looks amazing on you. If you’re not comfortable with it, I think the ruffle will look fine. I also think you could put on a nice bolero or even a pretty pastel cardigan for part of the wedding. After all, its only going to be april.
Sorry. good luck!
Post # 4
I think the danger may be that adding ruffles will draw more attention to the cleavage area. Is there any way it can be slightly let out at the top?
Post # 5
I agree with Button on this one.
Post # 6
cant be let out – because its actually too big on top – its fallingaway from my breasts – we had to add inserts …. maybe its hows she tied it. i dont know? im justreally sad about it,
she gave the option of darting it – but then that did help … she came up with the ruffle thing. it looked ok when she showed me – it covered what i was concerned about … but because the dress is soooo ruffly on the bottom – im afraid i will be overwhelmed with ruffles.
i think mrs.lemondrop is right – i think its just how the dress is suppose to fit.
Post # 7
I like the ruffle idea, but I’m totally okay with the cleavage! I don’t understand why brides “can’t” have cleavage–as long as your boobs aren’t falling out, it’s fine! Rock your gorgeous curves! 🙂