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Post # 2
In my opinion, the first dress gives you a much better shape!
Post # 3
shes right, definately the FIRST DRESS!!!!!!!
Ya beauty! 🙂
Post # 4
The first dress looks absolutely beautiful on you!
Post # 5
I saw the ruffle dress and thought ” Mm…very nice” ( though huge ruffles and asymetric lines are not really my thing) then scrolled down to the flower dress and fell in love! That bodice is exquisite. I love the detail around the bust. The flowers on the lace are so romantic and I love how they are repeated across the top of the bodice. I love the way the tulle flows in spurts. I love everything about that dress. Who designed that gem of a dress? One of the lovliest I’ve seen.
Post # 7
I’m not normally a fan of big ruffles, but that first dress really suits you, it definitely gives you amazing shape.
The second is a lovely dress but sort of seems to sit flat.
Post # 9
First dress! I don’t think the second one does much for you. It’s ok, but missing the wow factor.
Post # 10
the second dress is very pretty, but the first one really pulls you in and gives you a good shape!
Post # 11
You are a knock-out in dress #1!
Post # 12
I don’t really think either are the best. But between these two? Stay with #2. The skirt on dress #1 makes you look almost…stumpy? The bodice is great, but that’s corsetry, and could be added to the second dress if you want. The skirt is terrible though – reminds me of wadded tissues! I think the second dress fits what I imagine a late october wedding at an old mansion would look like, plus it’s a little more unique than the first one!
Post # 13
I think both dresses are beautiful. The first dress really shows off your curves. Are you able to get your money back from the first dress? If not, I think the 2nd dress is also lovely.
Post # 14
Dress one gives you an hour glass. But dress two is unique. If you already bought dress two, maybe a corset or seems tress can help a little bit?