Post # 1
I realllly love the Vera Wang Diana gown. It is gorrrgeous.
Except, it has a $6,000 price tag. Won’t be happening.
But theeennnn.. I stumbled across White by Vera Wang for DB…
has anybody tried these on? theres two I like.. the pink looking one where she’s sitting (but its pink, and she is sitting so I can’t see!!) and the first one, where it is a V neck line (except I want sweetheart..)
Post # 3
OK, so I mayyy be 2 days early? But thoughts? Surely they can’t be that similiar, otherwise people will be going for the cheaper option?
And the annoying part is I can’t google images because they are so new
Post # 4
I’m really loving these! I would have *definitely* tried these on!! FYI: you can click on the individual picture of the dress and scroll up and down to see the full picture of the dress. Happy dress hunting!! 😉
Post # 5
When I saw the DB dresses, I too thought they looked painfully similar to some of the other dresses in her collections. Like “WTH” was she thinking similar, but whatever.. it sure benefits all the brides who want the unique “Vera” look. The pink one comes in ivory and soft white. I attached pictures of both for you and others. Although I really like the neckline on the diana, I actually think the DB one is a lot more flattering.. I like how it’s drop waist and the ruffles don’t come out of no where, but that’s just me.
Expensive Vera Wang Diana
Vera Wang White Collection $1,200 (picture from when they were featured on Oprah)
Post # 6
I wish!!! If i had the budget I’d LOVE to get the one displayed in blush but order it in ivory 🙂 They’re all gorgeous!
Post # 7
The Vera Wang at DB are beautiful. If I didn’t order my dress already, I would sure go there to try them on.
Post # 9
http://www.thethirtysomethingbride.com/imported-20100102151706/2011/2/1/davids-bridal-vs-vera-wang.html Here’s an explanation of the differences of the two Vera lines. Couture vs David’s bridal. It’s all about the choices of fabric and how it’s made that makes a difference in the cost of the gowns. I only spent the money on couture because I appreciate good fabric, and good craftsmanship. I think the white line is a great substitute if you don’t have $6,000 to spend.