Post # 32
WOW that dress is absolutely stunning. I love everything about it. You look amazing in it and could give any model a run for their money:)))))
Post # 33
@KingsDaughter: Wow you look amazing in that dress! The back is GORGEOUS! Your hubby is gonna die when he sees you in it!
Post # 34
I love your dress overall but the back is amazing!
Post # 35
My dress is not something dye-able so no. I’ve never really heard of anyone doing that. I’m sure someone out there has. I just haven’t heard of them. 🙂
Post # 36
OMG it looks perfect on you! Kudos to all the creativity this is very awesome… Well done!
Post # 37
@KingsDaughter: This dress is fabulous and looks amazing on you!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 38
@KingsDaughter: Jawdroppingly gorgeous! Love every element of it!
Out of curiosity, how does the lace part attach to the dress? Is it like a one-piece robe that you put on backwards? Or several different peices? I just love convertible/two-look dresses!
Post # 39
Oh my, that dress is beautiful. I am SO envious of your gorgeous figure too!
Post # 40
@KingsDaughter: Stunning dress – it suits you very well 🙂
Post # 41
Please post when the look is all done! The dress is so beautiful!
Post # 42
Oh shut up!! your dress is AMAZING! You look incredible.
Post # 43
@KingsDaughter: I’m actually kind of speechless… you look STUNNING! 🙂
Post # 45
thank you everyone for the great compliments!!!
Post # 46
the lace part is somewhat like it’s own dress in itself ,a see through dress ;). I put on the first dress and zip it, then I step into the lace part and the buttons will be done up the back.
The cool part about the lace part (and very confusing) is that the designer was able to actually make it without seams (seriously it’s a seamless dress!)…I have no idea how he did it! *MIND BLOWN*