Post # 1
PLEASE READE BEFORE DECIDING!!
I am having a tropical destination wedding, I think all of these dresses have a timeless, classic look to them but are also each different from one another. My wedding will be outdoor, but not on a beach. Please tell me which looks best on my body, I want my fiance to like the way I look, I am very happy with all 3dresses but cannot for the life of me make a final decision! Thanks in advance Bees!! DRESS #1 IS CASABLANCA 1999 DRESS #2 (MIDDLE) CASABLANCA 1827 DRESS #3 WATTERS OLIVIA
Post # 3
I <3 the 3rd dress!!! Absolutely love it!!! Next in line is dress 1 but my official vote goes for #3
Post # 4
That 3rd dress is breath taking! You look amazing!
Post # 5
Good Heavens, what are you waiting for? Get that 3rd dress! It is such a standout from the others that, though lovely, are way too common in their silhouettes these days. The Olivia is so fresh and the fabric photographs so beautifully. Gorgeous detail. You look outstanding in all of them, but that 3rd dress is clearly a cut above. Congrats!
Post # 6
Oh WOW, they all look beautiful, but the 3rd one looks AMAZING on you!!!
Post # 7
Watters Olivia!! It’s stunning!!!
Post # 8
i almost said #1, i LOVE this dress (almost got it for myself), but then i saw #3… WOW! AMAZING! it fits you beautifully. not everyone could pull off that dress, but it looks like it was made for you. #3, no question in my mind. you’re going to make a stunning bride=)
Post # 9
Watters Olivia!!!! Omg that dress looks like it was made for you!!
Post # 10
Thank you Bees!! I needed to hear from an unbiased group, it’s very helpful. My family seems to be torn between the two Casablanca gowns but I felt like they were both missing something. There is just something special about that Olivia gown I love, and I think it better suits an hourglass shape than the other two whcih I felt frumpy in. The Olivia just felt really fun and femenin and I felt like I could move around a lot in it-not to mention very lightweight and will travel well.
I think my family has the “traditional bride” look in mind for me, however the only reservations I have on the Olivia gown are the following:
1. Does it look too much like a prom gown? I can imagine it all put together with a veil, similar to the 1950’s/Audrey Hepburn look. I do think it can be a timeless look when paired correctly based on the cut of the gown.
2. Do I go offbeat and stick to the oatmeal color or should I get ivory? I am very fair complected so stark white makes me look ill.
Please keep the feed back coming I plan to get a gown purchased today! Let me know your thoughts on my reservations.
THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE HELP!
Post # 11
The third one in oatmeal definately, even in ivory, I am super pale too, nothing a light spray tan cant fix …..GET NUMBER 3
Post # 12
The third one looks like it was made for you! It definitely does not look like a prom gown. The oatmeal looks absolutely gorgeous with your skin-go for it 🙂
Post # 13
My goodness! I echo the words of PPs. Dress 3 is made for you.
Post # 14
- Wedding: October 2011 - Catholic church followed by a botanical conservatory
Hum yeah, the Watters just looks so much more fitting for an exotic wedding. Plus it looks the most amazing on you (IMO) and the shorter hem/less train than the others looks a lot easier to deal with at a destination wedding. It also accentuates your waist and bust way better than the other dresses I think! It’s just lovely.
I would also stick to the colour of the Watters because it really looks like it complements your skin tone and looks so warm and gorgeous!
Good luck and congratulations! 🙂
Post # 15
#3 is a WINNER!!! You look like an ethereal beauty! I personally love the oatmeal color. Beautiful!