Post # 1
Okay. I still haven’t decided on my sash. And after much discussion, debate, looking, pondering, and researching, I have found that thinner sashes look a bit better on me. (Plus I found a website that says so!) Here is me in my dress with no sash, and then me in my dress with a thick sash:
see? i feel like the thicker sash makes my waist look bigger. Am i crazy? because the whole point is to make my waist look even smaller and to add a bit of bling to the lace dress.
So, here are my new…THINNER sash options. Remember, I am going for a vintage/old hollywood feel (old hollywood is my wedding theme)
Or, if you have any other suggestions, don’t hesitate!
Post # 3
I vote for the first one. I think the last one is too skinny and will get lost in the dress and won’t stand out. The second one is nice but I think its too much for your dress. Your dress looks beautiful on you by the way!
Post # 4
Hm, I like the 2nd one and think it would look great with your dress. The first is pretty, too, but I’m afraid it might not stand out enough against the dress. I agree with Ladydazl that the 3rd one is too skinny.
And, FWIW, I actually really love the “thick” sash you’re wearing with your dress in the second photo–I think it makes your waist look even smaller (not bigger)!!
Post # 5
I found it hard to choose between one and two. It was a close call!
Post # 6
#1 has a classic and clean look to it. Just enough bling, but not over the top. I love it! It would look stunning on your dress.
Post # 7
@stillme: Oh really? well thank you! Do you think any of the belts i’m looking at would do the same? I really want to sinch in my waist. I LOOVE my dress, but it is allthe same fabric, so I think it’d be nice to have something making my waist stand out a bit.
Post # 8
@Ladydazl: I think you are right, the 3rd is too small. Now that I think about it! and THANKS! 😀
Post # 10
I loev #1! Not too thin or thick, with pretty details.
Post # 13
I love #2, it has the vintage vibe! Plus it looks really good with the sweetheart neckline because of it lining up with it, it draws your eyes to focus both on the belt and the neckline.
Post # 14
haha, oh my gosh you guys! 🙂 My indecisiveness is killing me! I really really love number 2, but like a PP said, I’m worried it would be too much for the dress. number 1 is beautiful, i agree, but it just doesn’t have the ‘Wow’ that number 2 has.
Mainly, I just want to know what would look BEST on my dress and me. 🙂 I can deal with whatever belt. I just want it to look good and not too much or like it doesn’t fit. we’ve all seen those belts that realllly don’t “go” with the dress. 😉
Post # 15
i wish i knew how to do that stuff in photoshop (well…if i even had photoshop!) that lets you put pictures on top of one another. I would put hte various belts ontop of the dress on me and see what looked best. hrmph