Post # 1
Ok, so I am kind of freaking out here. I bought a dress before it was even featured on the company’s website. It was shown a few days earlier at bridal market and I tried on the runway sample. I am obsessed with my dress and often look it up to see if it is on the internet yet. It hasn’t been for awhile and I googled again today and I found it but…it is COMPLETELY different in the stock photo. I am concerned now, am I going to get the dress I tried on or the one in the stock photo? Has this happened to anyone else? I’m freaking out here!
Post # 3
here is the stock photohere is the dress i tried on…
Post # 4
The neckline is definitely different. The stock is more swoop where as yours is more sweetheart.. weird.
Post # 5
If u tried on a tester dress then you will get what you tried on. What I’m understanding is that the testers go out so the designer can get feedback and decide if they want to mass produce it or an alternative. Brides that didn’t buy the tested dress will now only have access to the one on the site and will need to alter it if they want your neckline. Hope this helps – I wouldn’t worry but you can always call the company/store and inquire.
Post # 6
It’s a sweetheart neckline.
The sleeves might be a little too tight on you – just a smidge.
And the belt is much more narrow (and not folded/textured like the stock photo) on your dress (it’s too tight on you – is the dress clamped in the back?)
Also your boobs are perkier than the models!
I am a sucker for a sweeheart neckline, I really like the way it looks on you!!!
Post # 7
@orchids_bloom oh my gosh, thank you so much for clearing this up! I was SO confused and thought I might have lost my mind for a second.