Post # 1
I have had tons of success using polls so I figured why not one more… can you help me decide which sash for my gown. I am leaning towards #2 but didnt know if it would clash or enhance the neckline. Thanks for your input 🙂
Background – the sash that Im wearing in the pic was $250 (more than I even paid for the dress) I love bling and pearls and am planning on wearing big, blingy earrings too and a catherdral veil.
Post # 2
Also, please ignore my mom creeping in the back of the pic. I really should probably get one with my hair at least somewhat done and it all clipped up.
Post # 3
Its hard to tell but i usually lean more towards belts that taper off at the sides like 3 and 4. I like the daintyness of 4 but i like the way 3 wraps around more… in the end… its a tough decision because theyre all gorgeous but I think i pick 4
Post # 4
I think 1 is really lovely, and I like it’s consistent width. The only other one that really jumped out at me was 4, because I think it’s more delicate than 2 and 3.
Post # 5
I like #4, I think it will complimet the dress the best. I like #2, but I agree that it would be too much with the neckline of your dress.
Wtih #4, you get the bling and the glam you want, while working well with the drama of your dress, complimenting instead of competing.
Post # 8
I voted 1. Since your neckline already has a lot going on, I think 2 might be too much. I like 3 and 4 too.
Post # 9
I’m between 1 and 4, too. 1 is great because it’s symmetrical, and it would benefit the overall look of the dress. 4 is awesome because it’s a smaller, still symmetrical detail, but the white ribbon would be simple and beautiful with the dress.
Post # 10
- Wedding: July 2015 - City Hall!
#1 so it doesn’t over power your earrings or other bling.
Post # 11
First off let me say, I love your dress! However, I don’t think I’m crazy about any of the belts with it. Maybe I just can’t visualize it.