Post # 1
I’m running into a bit of buyer’s remorse. I bought this dress over the weekend and I’m a little worried I got caught up in the excitement of everyone’s reactions… other girls in the store (not the SAs) were telling me “say YES to the dress!” from across the store. I like it, but I can’t say that I love it.
What do you think?
Post # 3
Oh, I love this dress. I only saw it after I bought my Oleg Cassini and I almost went back to try it on. Seeing you in it, I wish I had before I paid mine off.
Post # 4
I love it! That is an amazing dress and I would totally wear it if I didn’t already have one.
Post # 5
I can see why people in the store reacted that way. The dress is beaufitul on you. But its YOUR wedding dress, and on your wedding day you need to wake up and put something on that you love and feel fabulous in. But don’t doubt how you look in it… cause its a stunner!
Post # 6
Oh my goodness…you look absolutely gorgeous in that gown!
Post # 7
I like it, but it’s hard to honestly say without not comapring you in another dress. I feel awful saying this as I don’t want to be the negative one, but I had doubts over a dress to which my BM’s loved, though I hadn’t bought it. So a few weeks later I went shopping with my mum cause it was late notice for my BMs plus I wanted mum and me time and I found my dream dress and I LOVE it…
Post # 8
I think it looks beautiful on you. What are you second guessing?
Post # 9
I think it is gorgeous on you! I’m loving it! But I do agree with others that are saying YOU have to love it. This is your wedding and you deserve to have a dress you really love. I actually did the same thing, bought a dress that everyone else loved but I didn’t. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment when everyone loves it. I ended up selling it, and going with a dress I really do love. I don’t regret my decision.
With all that said, I can see why everyone loved it on you! Think about what it is that you don’t love about it.
Post # 10
I love it! I don’t think it’s worth second guessing. But It looks like it needs a slip to poof it out a little.
Post # 11
aww, thanks for the votes of confidence!
i think the major problem is that i made the decision so quickly… they’re discontinuing the style and wouldn’t hold it for me. i wish i had more pictures to compare, so i could figure out on my own what i like… it’s too much pressure in the store!
i guess i’m not crazy about the bodice of my dress. i think i might be happier with more of a sweetheart neckline. not as much cleavage as the photo below, but a little less… stiff looking.
@tksjewelry which one did you get? when i looked at the david’s bridal catalog again, there were a bunch i really wish i had tried on…
Post # 12
Which dress is this one? Did you try this on after or before the one you bought? I like the bodice and neckline on you.
Post # 13
I think you look gorgeous but if you’re not loving it, maybe you could sell it if you found something you love more?
Post # 14
I believe you an exchange the dress as long as it’s not discontinued or on clearance. It’s your day so you want to love your dress! I would bring back the dress asap and try on others to make sure.
Post # 15
@sutina: This is the one I ended up with. It was the whole ballgown thing. I really wanted a ballgown I was in the store just looking for a bridesmaids dress when they were unpacking these. As soon as I saw it, I knew the ball gown is what I really wanted.
Post # 16
- Wedding: October 2010 - The Pearl S. Buck House
I love the dress! You can change the neckline to a sweetheart during alterations.