Post # 1
Reading all the other “What do you think” dress posts has been SO HELPFUL to see other people think aloud on their dress makign decisions, so here goes:
My own problem – I’m wondering if the La Sposa Siglo is going to be “too much” for the vintage, ceremony-under-a-tree, outdoor, garden-of-historic-house reception that we’ve planned. I love it when I try it on, but seeing the photos I’m worried it will be a little too … formal. The Enzoani seems more venue appropriate and seems pretty but maybe a little too … eh.
To be fair, I have several dress appts in NYC two weeks from now, but with a trunk show in town I went to try a few on without friends/family (am I crazy to worry that I won’t be able to find dresses from the costura 2012 collections to try one?). Anyhow:
Dress 1: Enzoani Diana
Dress 2: La Sposa Siglo
Post # 3
they are both gorgeous, wear the one that makes you feel special. A bride can not look “too much” on her wedding day. I really like the shape of #2, and #1 has a very romantic feel to it.
Post # 4
i think the Enzoana looks beautiful on you, and really matches with your setting!
Post # 5
I think the Enzoani actually suits you a lot better.
Post # 6
I love the Enzoani! The whole silhouette is just stunning on you!
Post # 7
#1 I love it! Fiance peeked over my shoulder and likes dress #1 also. (this is why I have not posted any pics of my dress!!!) lol
Post # 8
I think you’ll get some gorgeous shots in that dress! It’s beautiful I love it. Idk where/when your wedding is, but I was concerned about heat…June in TX, passing out in the heat would be a real possibility
Again I LOVE IT!! especially the first! 🙂
Post # 9
I think the first one looks great and also looks like it may be the most comfortable for an outdoor wedding!
Post # 10
La Sposa Siglo has my vote! Though I like both dresses, I think the Enzoani has less of a bridal ta-da! air to it.
Post # 11
so….i voted that i like the erin better but they both look great on you. i think the erin is more interesting in gerneral but still has some of the great elements that are in both gowns. that being said, if you feel a certain way in the la sposa don’t mark it off the list.
i am having a wedding similar to what you described-vintage, garden ceremony with an victorian mansion hotel venue and i could see either of these dresses working very well in that space. seriously, if this is the style you like go for it!
Post # 12
Looking at the picture before I saw your question I saw the Enzoani and thought it was a perfect garden wedding dress. I really like the other one as well though. I’m definitely on team “a bride can never be overdressed’ though.
Post # 13
I honestly don’t think you can go wrong with either dress as they are both beautiful, both match your venue, and you look amazing in both.
Post # 14
Love number 1 the best and I am with the who-cares-if-it-matches-your- wedding camp. Wear what you love!
Post # 15
Wow, I would go with #1 whether you get married under a tree or in a castle. It is amazing on you!
Post # 16
Thanks ladies! Although (confession) secretly I think I was hoping everyone would say, “Hands down get the La Sposa!” 😉 Maybe I should have put the second photo first – ha!
I’m imagining that after alterations it would be slightly less poufy at the bottom and have more the flare shape of dress #1. For starters it would be at least 6inch shorter and I think I’d have a layer (or two) or tulle taking out from the underskirt so that it didn’t flare out so much at the hips (I can’t tell if this is because of the style, or if it’s because I have about 6-8 sizes too much of “skirt” bunched up at the hips).
I just want to make sure that I’m loving the actual dress, and not the idea of the dress that I got from the model/designer website (It was actually La Sposa Sena that I fell in love with pre-try-on, but there wasn’t a sample at the store).