(Closed) Short Gowns….did you rock one? Would you wear one? Show me what you've got!

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 2
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552 posts
Busy bee

I have seen some really pretty short gowns, but am avoiding the ones that flare out – whether at 3/4 or shorter which are all in danger of looking like either a Christmas tree or a Ballet performance.

I also wouldn’t get a short dress with a train attached because it looks like someone’s come with a pair of sciss and chunked away at the front. A slit dress is different – that looks balanced still, but not sure it says bridal to me. Here is a selection of what I would call modern short dresses with a few classics nearer the end. I prefer those that skim the knee rather than very short, but maybe you could get away with short in hot weather.

Post # 3
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932 posts
Busy bee

I went dress shopping and just feel like all the dresses werent me. The one type I didn’t try was tea lenght and I am seriously considering one. I do like the justin alexander tea lenght coffee coloured dress….

i am totally interested in seeing more tea lenght! L

Post # 5
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2855 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I wore a short dress.  It was an encore wedding for me, and I wanted something 1950s looking.  I have seen at least 3 other Bees with my dress…LOL…It’s Oleg Cassini from DB.  Reasonably priced.

Post # 6
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2855 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

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