Post # 1
I don’t know if I should keep the neckline of my wedding dress straight, or have it dip a little like in the photo from the designer’s website. On my first try on, my bridal consultant was all for the dip, but then the second time around, she liked it straight! I don’t know much about which necklines look better on different syles of dresses, so I would appreciate any thoughts! Don’t know if this would make a difference, but the sash ribbon is going to be bright red. 🙂
Post # 3
I think I like it better with the slight dip. Beautiful dress.
Post # 4
Such a pretty dress! I voted for the slight dip because doing that always seems to add a world of difference to our bodies! What do you want? It’s your dress, and you have to feel comfortable in it so pick what you like the most. 🙂
Post # 5
I’d vote for the slight dip as well. Gorgeous dress! 🙂
Post # 6
I voted dip. I’ve done this on paint to show you, all be it a bad one, but hope you get the idea.
Post # 7
I think sweetheart necklines are generally more flattering. I altered the straight neckline of my dress into a sweetheart and it looked so much better!
Post # 8
Beautiful dress but I think it looks more classic with the straight neckline. Timeless.
Post # 9
What a beautiful dress! I liked the dip, but I love a sweetheart and am having my dress altered to be a sweetheart from straight.
@CatyLady: I love your paint alteration!
Post # 11
the sweetheart is so much more flattering.
Post # 12
Going against the grain to say straignt!
Post # 13
Your dress is so pretty! To me, the straight line is a much more classic look, while the sweetheart is more moderns. Ultimately, it should be whatever you feel comfortable in though.
Post # 14
Please note when you say dip, I thought you meant sweetheart as per my monet impression on paint lol! So I think you should go for a sweetheart neckline even though I voted dip. Yikes – i’ve nearly confused myself, I wish I wasn’t so dippy as dippy and Weddingbee don’t mix.
Post # 15
i think it depends on the look you want. straight is more classic elegance and dipped/sweetheart is more young and modern. i think that sweetheart is extremely flattering, so i voted for it, but it looks just as gorgeous straight across on you!