Post # 1
After setting my sights on a River Island dress that was sold out, I reluctantly purchased another lace ASOS dress. I really liked it. But then the dress I was eyeing became available.
So… here I am, with two dresses again. Should I go with Dress 1? Dress 1 (remove the belt loops)? Dress 1 with belt? Dress 2? or Dress 2 hemmed about an inch or two?
Dress 1 with belt.
I’m going for bridal inspired Victoria Beckham =D
Post # 3
??? What happened to your enzoani??
The short dresses are lovely but I loved you in the original ones!
Post # 5
I like dress 2 better with the shoes.
Post # 6
First dress with the belt.
Shoes look like could murder someone.
Post # 7
@ticatica: Nothing, this look would be for the welcome dinner or rehearsal. =)
@MissFlowerPot: Christian Louboutin Limited Edition 20th Anniversary Capsule Collection
Post # 8
Dress 1 with a belt, but a different belt than pictured. Maybe a skinny gold/bronze belt? The belt makes your waist look way smaller, but I feel like the one pictured isn’t dressy enough.
Post # 9
I like Dress 2 much better, especially with the shoes!
Post # 10
I like dress 2 but honestly, the shoes don’t work with either dress in my opinion.
Post # 11
@asscherlover: Hmm, didn’t think of that. Might look into it. Do you think a metallic belt would be too shiny overall? I still haven’t decided what I want to wear on my head. XD
Post # 12
Definitely dress #2, as is!
Post # 13
I agree with asscherlover. I like the belt but the brown leather seems out of place. I don’t think something metalic would be too shiny.
Post # 14
Dress #2 looks best on you. I would considered saving the shoes for another occasion. They look better suited for a night out vs. a wedding event. I think they will draw the wrong attention In My Humble Opinion.
Post # 15
for what my two cents are worth…
I dont think dress two does anything to enhance your figure and looks a bit more classy, conservative.
personally, I like dress 1 much better with the belt, but i also agree the brown leather really makes it more of a casual ensemble… i like the idea of something silver, metal or sparkly in its place.