Post # 1
I had bought my Mori Lee 1802 last month and I Love it.. To tell you the truth, I’m no bridezilla and am super easy to please. It was the first dress I tried on of only 5, and I ended up buying it that day. I’m not SUPER crazy about the bubbles of hemming for the train, but I love the bodice so much I overlooked that detail.
Now my bestie who has known me for like 82 years casually mentioned recently that she likes me choice but was “surprised” at what I had chosen and mentioned that she always saw me in something “romantic and flowy”. And the funny thing, this is always what I had envisioned for myself too. So for her (and my) sake, I went to try some on. I think I needed closure.
Please tell me what looks best of the 3!
My younger sis agreed to take whatever dress I do not choose for when she gets married one day. She’s so cute!
Dress 1 : MORI LEE 1802 (aka. dress I bought already)
Dress 2 : CASABLANCA 2064
Dress 3 : ALLURE (not sure what style, but it’s lovely!)
Post # 3
keep yours!!! I think it looks a million times better than the other two. your figure looks great and i’d still consider it romantic. 🙂
Post # 4
Wow! all pretty but the mori is absolutely GORGEOUS. #1 hands down IMO.
Post # 5
No question, your dress is perfect!! So flattering and elegant. Completely stunning!
Post # 6
Your dress looks amazing on you, keep it!
Post # 7
Your dress is amazing. If you decide to get something fuller, though, I’d keep looking. I’m not crazy about either of the two alternatives you posted. Maybe a Justin Alexander or Maggie?
Post # 8
I understand about the bottom, but you look the most radiant in the first one. I know it’s hard when you go with something you didn’t envision, but when it works it works. I had the same problem (went with trumpet, but always picture slinky no fitted bodice)
Trust your gut. You will look stunning either way.
Post # 9
LOVE your first choice!! Sometimes the perfect dress is not the one you had in your head….the Mori Lee on you is drop dead gorgeous!
Post # 10
Wow, you look beautiful! Tell your bf you’ll have a long and flowy veil! (if you’re wearing one! ha)
Post # 11
Let’s face it – you could look great in anything! 🙂
But…. I love love love your dress. I would try to keep her comments out of your head. You look so great it in, honestly!
Post # 12
You ladies are amazing!! Thanks so much for the reinforcement. I think I’m being silly.
My one & only real complaint I have against my current dress vs. the flowy ones though is that it feels like it weighs 30 lbs more… no joke! I can deal.. we’re women, we have the babies.
Post # 13
You look beautiful in all of them 🙂 Out of the first two, the one you already have is my favorite… but I have to go with the Allure because that’s my dress! 8862 for your reference <3
Post # 14
you look amaze-balls in all of them, but I love #1 and #2. What is most important is how you FEEL in the dress, it makes all the difference in the world!
Post # 15
I like the third one, but your body rocks in the first one.
I have the same dilemma too… I tried on twice and loved a big Enzoani lace and tulle ballgown, but damn if I don’t want to look sexy in a fitted dress…
It’s definitely a tough choice and totally is all about the look you’re going for. In my case, I am pretty sure my fiance would prefer the fitted dress for the fact that it’s sexy, easier to dance in and get to close to him in, and less princess-y.
I’m leaning towards fitted satin… so I vote you should keep your dress!!!
Post # 16
@romantical: You look incredible in #1 and I think it’s the most classic of the three. I’m feeling you on the dress uncertainty (same issue on my end), but I really, really think you picked the right one!!!