Post # 1
After trying on dresses today I got online. I have tried the Allure 8764 on about 3 times at one store and again today at another store, but for some reason I can not make a decision. I am a very peteite person so of course all the dresses swallow me whole. After looking at the dress on some other weddingbees, I am not so sure it is the one for me.
I love that it is all lace and a keyole, but I would want to remove the flowers on the shoulder and I really want a more fitted and flare (trumpet) shape. And of course all the salons have insured me that their alterations department could do this with ease, but with it being such a HUGE decision. Im not sure if I trust them with such a big portion of my big day!
Do you bees have any advice? Should I keep looking or just cross my fingers and hope for the best.
Here is me in the proposed dress:
You should know that I will not be wearing this veil or sash. I have found ones I like much better at different salons
Post # 3
It’s gorgeous and looks amazing on you. The problem you’re seeing is that the dress isn’t your size, so you can’t visualize it with the alterations you want (being fitted, flowers removed). Do it!
Post # 4
There are some other dresses out there that are the lace and keyhole back. I would know I wore one 🙂 I wore the maggie bernadette but I know there are others as well. Maybe look at some of the others and see if one of those feels more “right”.
I do think that dress is amazing on you and once it is fitted to you would be stunning.
Post # 6
I finally bit the bullet! I said yes to the dress! Though it was not the same dress from before I love it even more!!!
Post # 7
@katebell17: LOVE the dress you picked! Do you mind if I ask who the designer is and what style number?
Post # 8
@katebell17: You look so pretty in that dress!!
Post # 9
@maggielou52: Mori Lee is the designer. Style 1862 Elegant Alencon Lace
@futuremrsmendez: Thank you bery much. I have since tried it on twice since I bought it and am thrilled that it is the dress I will be walking down the aisle in.