Post # 1
it s such a dilemma for me at the moment, that my dress does not go well with my skin color.
my Pronovias Dagen dress is white.. and it seemed great at the shop when i 1st tried on.. however, since my wedding will be most likely outdoorish (small indoor reception area with HUGE balcony/woodendeck to outside), I have once tried at the balcony to see how the dress would look under the real sun light..
I have pretty bronzy skin for Asian, and the dress seems quite bright for my skin tone. 🙁 what should it do 🙁 🙁
I am trying to sell my dress for resonable price and re purchase ivory Dagen or champagne of other design now.. however seliing the dress isnt easy as well.. I have posted ad for like a week now, and all i received is an email from firstname.lastname@example.org, which is well known SCAMMER from weddingbees! GRRR. I mean, really, what should i do! (my wedding is in May)
Post # 3
I think white looks good if you have bronze skin! I’ve only ever heard of white looking bad if you’re pale. Do you have warm or cool undertones?
Post # 4
@AlwaysSunny: warm tone! however, the dress seems very…i mean VERY white (almost blue..ish lol) on me. frnd of mine who has pretty pale skin does not have that “scary fluorescent white” look lol
Post # 5
@ko0205: It would help if we could see a picture of you in the dress.
Post # 6
I get pretty pale (Caucasian brunette), and my reception dress was white-white like you are describing. It was fine with a bit of self-tanner – did not make me look washed-out or glow in a bad way. Maybe you can try that?
Post # 7
@ko0205: I’d try a self-tanner to give you some colour.
Post # 8
Honestly, I don’t know that you have enough time to order a new dress for a May 24 wedding. You could buy something off the rack, of course. Did the color look bluish to you in person or in photos? Certainly don’t worry if it was in photos, as it will look much better when photographed by a professional photographer.