Post # 1
Tell me what you think?? I loved it at the shop the moment I put it on–but now of course I’m freaking out and second guessing myself. I’m considering adding 3/4 length sleeves made of the same lace material and changing the belt so the decoration is in the middle, but not 100% on that yet. I ordered it in ivory/silver. I don’t have any super good pictures of the back but it has a keyhole back and buttons that run all the way down to the end of the train. For reference, I’m 6’2 (so my dress will be ordered with the extra length) and about a size 24. Going for kind of a “vintage-y rustic romantic” feel for our theme.
Post # 3
I love this dress! It definitely fits vintage-y rustic romantic!! I like it just the way it is without any sleeves, just my opinion though. Congrats on finding your beautiful dress!
Post # 5
@AmeBee: I think it’s beautiful! It fits you nicely and is flattering. I also like it as is with the cap sleeves. Congrats on finding your dress!
Post # 6
Love it!! Please keep the cap sleeves. It’s just lovely and sooo flattering!
Post # 7
It’s lovely! I love the cap sleeves (and had them myself!) but I think you should go with whatever you can envision yourself in the most on your wedding day. Regardless, the dress is perfect for your theme!
Post # 8
@AmeBee: I think it is a beautiful dress!! The sleeves look fine as is, to my eye!
And I love the decoration off to the side – you’ll have your bouquet in the middle.
Post # 9
I think you look amazing 🙂
Post # 11
So lovely ! I think the cap sleeves are flattering and so beautiful…I would leave it as is BUT long sleeves would probably be another fantastic option. congrats 🙂
Post # 12
Thanks ladies, I seriously was in tears for 2 days thinking that I had made the wrong choice and that I should call and try to change/cancel the order and keep looking because there’s so many beautiful dresses out there. Also, my wedding isn’t until September of next year so part of me was kind of disappointed for not holding out longer to go shopping. But I guess since it’ll take 6 months to come in, plus time for alterations, etc, that I’ll be happy I was ahead of schedule later on.