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Post # 2
So pretty and delicate! Love it!
Post # 4
It’s gorgeous, so romantic. Honestly, I wouldn’t touch the train…leave it exactly as it is.
Post # 5
thanks y’all! But should I add a some volume to the skirt or no? To me right now it looks a little….. sad? droopy? I’m talking a few invisible layers of tulle, not a hoop skirt.
Post # 6
- Wedding: December 2014 - lindsay lakes, cypress TX
Beautiful! I love the lace look! <br />I want the volume under mine for the ceremony, so I will be wearing a petty coat skirt, it really helps a lot! But during the reception I want more freedom to move around and dance, so I’ll be ditching the under petticoat and bustleing my dress. If your’e afraid the train is too much for the reception, ask your alterations lady to pin it up the way it will look bustled. That helped me to feel a lot more comfortable about my train!
Post # 10
Soft and romantic I love it! I totally blew my budget for mine too but I don’t regret it one bit. I still have several months for mine to come in :(. But I would leave your neck bare and add some chandelier earrings and pretty bracelet to finish off the look.
Post # 11
I love it!! I think trying it with a crinoline would be a good idea. But I wouldn’t touch the train if I were you except for maybe a bustle if you’d like. I think it is absolutely gorgeous.
Post # 12
Woobee: SO GORGEOUS!!!! I love it!
Post # 13
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
So pretty and delicate, love it!
Post # 14
You look amazing in this dress! I agree with the others that the train is PERFECT as is! I absolutely love long trains and this one is stunning.
Re accessories, I think that depends on how you’re wearing your hair. Have you decided?
One thing that I think would look amazing and really complement the delicate and romantic look is a lace cuff with some sparkle! This would work regardless of how you wear your hair.
Post # 15
I second that it looks so soft and romantic!! Gorgeous. I would not cut the train though!