Post # 1
So I’m just wondering…is this cute? I have a kind of funky style and I just don’t feel like myself in floor length gowns Or anything strapless. I never thought I would like anything poofy! The top which you can’t really see has an illusion neckline. We are having an outdoor wedding next spring, and as of now its kind of informal.
Post # 2
kclRN: I think that’s really cute! An informal outdoor spring wedding would be a perfect fit for that dress.
Post # 3
I love the dress! Are you planning on keeping it that length or making more of a true tea length?
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle!
<br />Adorable! I wore a tea length dress and loved it. I felt ridiculous and totally not like myself in full length dresses.
Post # 5
ArmyWifey8.23: I didn’t even know there was a difference actually but I kind of like the length it is! Thanks for the info 🙂
also so I think I posting this twice by accident. Dang iPad! Sorry bees!
Post # 7
kclRN: It is absolutely cute and will be perfect for your outdoor wedding!
Post # 9
kclRN: I think it’s adorable.
Post # 10
kclRN: I think it’s awesome! My only comment would be to consider shortening it a bit to show off more leg, it’ll help you look taller. I also had a just over tea-length dress and had it altered to be a bit shorter (ended up being maybe 3-4″ below my knees) bc I felt it made me look kinda squat at that length…. but I’m already a shortie so I’m sensitive to feeling/looking even more short…
Post # 11
That’s great! Would you wear the colorful shoes? I like them!
Post # 12
Other than thinking the length seems a bit odd, I think its great! I would probably shorten it though.
Post # 14
I love that dress, you should definitely rock it. And it is a tea length dress already, no need to alter it. Tea length can vary and is really up to your personal preference, some prefer it to be closer to the knees. I think it looks great as is, I like that it’s a bit on the longer side of tea length, making it a bit more formal than I think a shorter dress would be.