Post # 1
After much deliberation, I have finally zeroed in on these two. Sorry I have no pictures of myself in them as most bridal salons here in London don’t allow that. I am of average build and height really.
I like them both. But which one would you wear?
Note: The second actyally doesn’t have that corsage type thing.
Post # 3
I like the first one the best.
Post # 4
I like the first one better. Maybe you should make a poll, people are more likely to vote that way!
Post # 5
Definitely #1 – the second one hangs weird to me.
Post # 6
i like number one the best! i love how delicate it looks and would look lovely with a chapel lenth veil i think -something really soft though. i sorta wish it had a little train like the second one though.
Post # 8
#1- can you tell us who makes it? I’m pretty sure there was a bee on the other day looking for this dress.
Post # 9
The first one is Jenny Packham ‘Foxglove’.
The second one is Sarah Janks ‘Aeryn’.
Post # 12
One for sure! To me the second, looks like kind of like a long hanging nightgown :/
Post # 13
I like the first one better. Also, the second one looks impossible to wear well unless you don’t have a single ounce of excess fat on you.
Post # 14
The first one is really quite lovely and elegant!!
Post # 15
I definitely agree. The first one. The second gown does not appear proportional, and almost instantly, the eye heads straight for that line across the model’s mid-thigh area. The first gown has beautiful lines and detailing.