Post # 1
80-some dresses later and I think I’ve finally found my dress! Well…kinda. I’ve found 2 dresses that I am totally in love with! They both have every feature I was looking for in a dress. I’m just having a hard time deciding between the 2, so I would love to hear some feedback from others!
(The sample sizes were quite large so there’s a lot of extra fabric, especially in the bodice)
Dress #1: Maggie Sottero
Dress #2 Eddy K
Post # 3
I love the Maggie!! Beautiful!
Post # 4
I LOVE the Maggie dress (mine’s Maggie too!), but I voted for the other one because the beading on the Maggie dress will tear up your arm. I tried on dresses like that and actually got cut on a couple of them.
Post # 5
I love the Maggie. I also have a Maggie dress. Her dresses are so flattering and beautiful! And you have such a fantastic figure for it!
Post # 6
I vote for dress number 1 too! Gorgeous. Fab on your figure. Imagine when it fits you.
Post # 7
Personally, the Maggie is too busy for me but I dont like dresses with a lot going on. The second one is gorgeous.
Post # 8
I think dress 2 is far more flattering on you! I tried on Ivandra as well and didn’t like it.
Post # 9
Hard choice as both have wow factor but my vote is for #1!
Post # 11
Second one all the way for me! Really gives your waistline a great look with the bling pulling the view into the centre. I also love the way the bottom flows out, plus the picture of you having some fun in it with your arm out sells it for me! looks like it’s suited for you!
good luck girl!
Post # 12
I love the Maggie, but I feel like it takes over your tiny frame, so I chose the Eddy K (but, with a deeper sweetheart)!!
Post # 13
#1 is too “big” on you…. But #2 looks good!
Post # 14
#2 looks much more flattering on you
Post # 15
The second one looks the best to me!
Post # 16
The sample size of the Maggie dress (dress #1) was much larger than dress #2. It was harder to pull the fabric tight to my body, that’s why it’s a little bigger/looser looking. I’m sure if they were both in my size, they would be just as equally “fitted” throughout the bodice.