Post # 1
So the first pic is my dress the second one is a dress I just found on DB.com that is charmeuse like my dress with a slight-sweet-heart neckline like my dress as well. I was wondering if ya’ll like this combo. I could add a brooch or something to the waist on the short dress to mimic my dress, otherwise they look similar. The short dress also has pockets and only $100. Thoughts?
Post # 3
I should also add that I’m a dancer! I’ll be cutting a rug on the dancefloor all night long, so wearI should also add that I’m a dancer! I’ll be cutting a rug on the dancefloor all night long, so wearing a long dress, isn’t really something I’m looking foward to.
ETA: I can afford this dress, so cost really isn’t a huge factor in this decision.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
If you want to and have the budget, why not? Although I don’t think dancing in a wedding dress will be hard once it’s bustled.
Post # 5
@mchitt329: My concern would be the length (i.e. down to the floor) and me havingto hold my dress up off the floor when I change into flats for the dancing part.
Post # 6
As one dancer to another – I understand where you’re coming from about being on the dance floor all night! (However, I’m in love with my dress and picked it partially because I know that I can dance in it – I am not a “two dress bride” myself).
My only suggestion about a short dress for the reception would be to consider something with more range of motion. If you’re changing so you can dance more comfortably, a shift dress doesn’t seem like it is going to be all that much more comfortable. But, that’s just me.
The DB dress is very cute and if it fits in your budget and makes you happy……go for it!