Post # 1
I was flipping through the September issue last night and saw a picture of the (Chanel) dress which apparently took 11 fittings and 38 yards of silk. Also 40,000 gardenias to decorate the venue and church.
I’m not nuts about the front, but that’s some train.
Post # 3
I don’t like the dress at all…lol…but Vogue probably voted it the best just because it was chanel…Lame…
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
Neither the bride or groom look like they’re having fun. Not a fan of the dress at all!
Post # 7
LOL. There were more flattering pictures of the couple but I grabbed shots where you could see dress detail.
Post # 8
I’m not a fan of the bride (or grooms) attire.
Post # 9
Hmmm. The 1980s puffy sleeves are back, but they’ve fallen all the way off of the shoulder and are on a column silhouette instead of a ball gown.
Post # 10
@canuckandakiwi: I love the train and color of the whole thing, but the poufy sleeves?? ….I’m just not ready for that yet Lol
Post # 11
I’m honestly not impressed but I hope they had a good time.
Post # 12
- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
@canuckandakiwi: chop those sleeves off, and I’m totally sold. Although, (now, this might just me my monitor settings) the dress looks kind of grey.
Post # 13
The bottom/back is gorgeous. But the rest of it is nowhere near being the dress of the year. Nope, nope, nope.
Post # 15
This is why designer fashion is not always good just because it’s a designer like Chanel.
Post # 16
@TexasTheta90: agree. As soon as I saw Vogue I knew they would pick a
dress just bc it was Chanel or Gucci or some couture designer.