Post # 1
Hi ladies! I have exchanged my dress, and I love it. I have the belt that I had bought for my first dress choice and I was not able to exchange it. The question is, should I wear it? Here is the dress on the model so that you can see that the dress already has a tulle type of sash attached. Please comment! thank you.
Without the belt:
with the belt:
Post # 3
I like just the tulle, it’s very subtle but very pretty.
Post # 4
I say no belt because it has the tulle belt already. Maybe see if you can sell the belt online so it’s not a total loss? OR if they could remove the tulle from the waist then the belt would look great with it. I think it just needs to be one or the other. Very pretty dress!
Post # 5
Leave it to me to always go against the grain, but I love the belt with that dress…I think I feel like the dress could use a little bling at the waistline! But both ways look stunning.
Post # 6
No belt! I love the way the fabric twists on your waist. Don’t cover that!!!
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
No, because the way the dress crosses- makes your stomach appear smaller. 🙂
Post # 9
I think you look gorgeous either way 🙂 But I think I prefer the belt because it’s easier to see your waist. There is a tulle belt already, but I feel like it’s not very obvious. I just wonder how well it photographs…
Post # 10
I say no belt, what if you used the belt for another ‘wedding’ outfit like your hen party or rehearsel dinner?
Post # 11
I really like the belt, it adds a nice touch of sparkle 🙂
Post # 12
I voted for no belt. It’s beautiful the way that it is. =)
Post # 13
I do like the belt.. BUT I like the fact that the dress already has a toulle belt. It looks great either way but I’d hate covering up a feature like that.
Post # 14
Thanks for the comments!
@MrsPom: I like the idea of removing the tulle.
Post # 15
@pengoala: I’ll go against it with ya…
I like the dress much better with the belt. The dress without it is a little to simple for my taste