Post # 1
This feels like one of those dumb questions, that is only not dumb because there are supposedly no dumb questions.
Any way. . . I’m getting married in May. . .a very decidedly spring/summer date. Is a dress from the Fall/Winter season going to be okay? Most of the Fall/Winter dresses are coming in now and I plan to buy before the end of summer.
Is there a difference between the fall/winter and the Spring/Summer lines other than just some new/different dress designs?
Like I said. .. quite possibly a silly question, but I’d rather be silly and anymous here than silly in front of a snooty consultant.
Probably not snooty. . but you know what I mean.
Post # 3
Most def….just make sure that you have fabric that is suitable for your comfort in your month.
Post # 4
You can wear whatever you want. There are fall dresses that are chiffon, spring dresses that are satin… there’s nothing stopping you from picking a dress from any season’s line.
Post # 4
If you think the material and design will be comfortable for your wedding date and climate, it doesn’t matter what line it is from.
Post # 5
I don’t think it makes that much of a difference. Actually when you think about it, most of us, the unknowing masses, really can’t tell the difference between a fall and spring line. As long as it looks nice on you and you are comfortable, all systems go. Good luck.
Post # 6
Wear what you love end of story.
Post # 7
it’s your wedding, you wear what you want!
Post # 8
If you love the dress, it doesn’t matter one bit what time of year it was released for sale.
Post # 9
Sure you can! I am wearing a “spring” dress for a fall wedding. As long as you are happy is all that matters.
Post # 10
like others have already said… doesn’t matter the season. wear what you LOVE!
Post # 11
I agree to wear whatever you like…do you have a picture of the dress?
Post # 12
In the wedding world, the season labels are more to differentiate between collections than to display gowns suited for that specific style. The same is only sometimes true in high fashion — not too many spring collections show wool coats and boots — but wedding designers will typically create a range of styles and fabrics every season.
Post # 13
You guys are all so awesome!!! Thank you. I’m totally over thinking this dress thing. I’m super indesicive and FI is super opinionated. . so it’s a tough choice Add to that a formal ceremony with a outdoor laid back reception and it makes for a tough desicion for even the most decisive.
Again…thank you all!!!
Post # 14
Of course you can! I am marrying at the end of winter and looking at sleeveless dresses because I am hot natured, and marrying inside a heated church…but really, I have looked and looked at designer collections and can’t tell the differnce anyway unless it’s really obvious (long sleeves and all)..