Post # 1
Ok, I couldn’t resist, sorry for the cheesy subject line, but I would love some help on this!
So I got the email back from bridal store and they said my dress is coming in, sometime around beginning of February. I remember them telling me it would during the Holidays or the first of the year, so I was a bit surprised by that, but whatever.
I went to the site of the designer to see if I could find out why it’s taking longer (maybe they have a time line) and noticed they put up some new dresses! So I just had to look. First of all, wow those are stunning, and second WTF I was begging for a gray dress and finally had them custom make me one, and here is a stunner of a dress with like gray insides in the flowers and it was one shoulder (majorly been crushing on that look lately) It was really gorgeous! My mom was all like “you totally inspired her to make that dress with the gray accents” I don’t know about all that but my taste does seem to be matching up with the fashion trends (as soon as I’m starting to dig/like something it’s non existent then it just explodes on the scene like 2/3 months later so yay for that!
It was really stunning and then I read the shoulder strap (the one I covet) is detachable, which makes me think things like (adding it on to my dress).
Should I? Am I just crazy?
What do you think?
Here is my dress: Legacy
Now look at the shoulder strap of the April dress. I would have it on the other side to balance out the asymmetrical rusching.
Also, what do you think about just adding on a strap in general (not necessarily the flower one, like a pretty tulle one)?
Post # 3
Id say leave it the way it is!! Its beautiful!!!
Post # 4
It’s gorgeous the way it is.
Post # 5
i think your dresss is great with and without the strap, totally up to you 😀
Post # 6
I think the dress is stunning on its own and adding a strap would take away from the gorgeous details on the body. The second dress can pull off the strap as the bust is plain and simple, but on yours I think it would be too much.
Post # 7
I think your dress is beautiful like it is!
Post # 8
I like it the way it is. What designer is it? Love!
Post # 9
I dont think that a strap would go with your dress. I think your dress already has a lot going on and the strap would be overkill. The style of the second dress is completely different than your dress.
Post # 10
Yeah that is what my bridesmaid(s) are saying. I adore my bridesmaid, one photoshopped it on my dress (wrong side) but just to get an idea. She’s so cute.
Oh the designer, I totally stumbled across her (one bridal shop had a few of her dresses in the state) and have never seen any of her dresses on anyone (real brides) that is very exciting for me.
Her workmanship is STUNNING though, for the price, wow! I’m excited.
Kittychen Couture (http://www.kittychencouture.com)
Post # 11
I’m kind of surprised that I’m saying this because I tend to like simplicity in dresses, but I’m really liking the idea of adding that one shoulder strap to your dress. I think you just have to make sure that it blends in correctly with your dress, so that it doesn’t look like you took some strap from some random dress and added it to yours. I think if you copy that flower strap rather than doing a more simple strap it will actually blend better with your dress because the fabric on the flowers looks like something that can blend with a lot of dresses.
Post # 12
The dress is really pretty either way, but I think, if it were me, I’d leave it strapless. I think the beading and detailing is so great, adding a strap might take away from that.
Post # 13
I think it looks great as is 🙂
Post # 14
It is gorgeous! I say only add the strap if you want the “support!”
Post # 15
I’d add the strap because it looks awesome with your dress and it sounds like you’d love it!
Post # 16
Are you comfortable being strapless? I definintely am NOT and I will be SHOCKED if I end up being a strapless bride. I’ve got to keep the girls under control, and I’m not comfortable if I’m showing that much skin.