Post # 1
I think I am ready to say yes to this dress. My only concern is that the neckline on the model (zoomed in bottom picture) looks a lot different than it does on me (above). Specifically, on the model it shows a lot more cleavage than I’d be comfortable with. The problem is I don’t know if that’s just the model’s body type, or if that is the way the dress will look on me once it is fitted properly. Does anyone know if there is a way to figure that out? Or if the dress I order were to come in showing too much, does this neckline look like it could be altered?
Post # 3
I really think it’s either just the models body type (and possibly fake boobies that are more bulbous higher than real ones typically are). Or theyve done some serious tape work to “lift and separate”.
Post # 4
I definitely think they had the model in a push up bra of some kind. Any clothing designer (wedding dress or otherwise) usually puts their models in a low cut or too tight top. They say it appeals to us…somehow. I don’t get it.
Anyway, I think it looks FABULOUS on you!
Post # 5
Totally agree on not understanding where the marketers are coming from here. I get that this look sells for a lot of things, but wedding dresses? I feel like very few brides want their gown to be overtly sexy.