Post # 1
So I was engaged 6 years ago and found my dream dress then, wrong guy, right dress lol Fast forward to now, it’s still the dress for me. Problem is I’m older now and I’m not sure what people will think of the dress. I tried on some new dresses and the consultant said some brides take out the panel on the lace up corset style backs so some skin shows but she thinks its to risqué for a wedding so I went into freak out mode. Is my dress to risqué? I’ve always been one to go against the flow and be different so it feels right to me but I’m not sure anymore :-/
Post # 3
for me it definitely would be.
Post # 4
I think it would be beautiful if you had a lining put into the top. Otherwise, it’s a little lingerie-feeling for my taste.
Post # 5
I wouldn’t wear it but I’m also really fluffy; nobody wants to see that lol. If you like the dress but not the sheerness (is that a word?) maybe you can add a lining?
Post # 6
I think you’re going to look back in 10 years and really, really regret wearing an unlined corset.
Post # 7
I would put lining in the top, at the very least over the front… and then maybe leave the back sheer lace if that’s the look you were going for. As is, I find it pretty inappropriate.
Post # 8
I say if you’ve got the confidence to pull it off, why the heck not?! It’s YOUR wedding! 🙂 I don’t see anything obsene about the dress at all. It’s gorgeous! Rock it, girl!
Post # 9
I would never wear that to my wedding… but you do you!
EDIT: Honestly, the back is good. Can you line the front? That’s just a little…too much.
Post # 10
Add a lining to it. It’s not tasteful, in my opinion. Unless you’re having an adult only, NYE, Vegas wedding, and in that case, go for it!
Post # 11
You have to be true to yourself. That’s being said I wouldn’t wear that down the aisle. That look is great for a fashion magazine, but too extreme for a wedding.
Post # 12
Save the lingerie for the honeymoon, do you really want your dad, or fil or grandparents or whatever seeing it all out like that? Put a liner under and its gorgeous, like it is now, I can’t imagine wearing it out of the bedroom.
Post # 13
Not for me but do what you love. If this is a “you” dress then go for it. Like PP’s I would try to get the front lined otherwise it would just remind me of lingerie.
Post # 14
@Camgurl16: I think it’s a lovely dress, but for me it would warrant for some lining underneath.
Post # 15
To each it’s own. I agree with others though that if there is a lining it would be beautiful! But then again, you are your own person and if you are comfortable wearing this dress – I say go for it!
Post # 16
@Camgurl16: I like it! But here’s what I would do..I’d add some bling to the front to kind of camouflage the “emptiness” if you know what I mean! Leave the back as is.