Post # 16
this is exactly what i needed to hear, thank you!!! i’m always thining about the “what if” so it’s hard for me to settle if i feel i haven’t exhausted ALL of my options. that being said, the notion of trying every dress on is crazy, and i could keep trying on dresses for a year! my main desire in a dress was that i wanted it to be super figure flattering and exaclty what you said, va va voom!!! i’m a short curvy girl, so i wanted a dress that accentuated my assets and didn’t swallow me, or take away from me. i didn’t want a dress that was the show stopper, i want to be the show stopper! i don’t think it needs bling either, and yes i think i pictured myself in a lace dress but i kept trying them on and not loving them.
Post # 17
GORGEOUS! Oh my gosh, it seriously looks so glam and old Hollywood to me.
Post # 18
Based on this last response, this dress is exactly what you wanted! You looke 500% amazing in that dress. I know it’s hard to stop comparing it to everything that’s out there, but it would be a neverending search. You found your dress, take a break from wedding blogs, looking at other dresses, whatever. “What if”s can drive you absolutely insane.
Post # 19
Not to be a weirdo lol but that dress looks wonderful on you! It really emphasizes and gives that very classic hourglass shape. Which is super flattering I think.
Post # 20
I sometimes compare dresses to that special someone. Once you found your Fiance you stopped looking right? You didn’t keep him but then kept trying others on (for lack of a better term). You knew in your gut he was the one. Well it is the same for finiding a dress. Maybe not as serious of a decision, but still the same concept.
That dress gives you everything that you want. You definitely look like a show stopper in that dress and I would have never guessed you were on the shorter side because I think it really elongates you.
But I completely get your hesitation/questioning. I am pretty sure that 99% of brides question their dress at some point of another. When you buy something so far ahead doubts can definitely creep in. But as long as you trust your gut then you are good to go.
Post # 21
Whhhaaaaat!?!?! BOMBSHELL. Not everyone could wear something like THAT!
You look too great!
Post # 22
I was just going to say exactly this.
This dress is exactly what you said you wanted. Figure flattering, not fighting for attention with the beautiful woman wearing it, but still really special.
And honestly, it looks expensive. All that fabric weaving makes the dress unique.
Post # 23
damn girl! You look smoking hot!!!!!
Post # 25
- Wedding: November 2015 - City, State
You look like a total bombshell. I have no idea why you’re questioning this dress!
Post # 26
i also tried that dress on at Kleinfeld before I bought my dress somewhere else. That dress is gorgeous and definitely NOT simple at all. Accessorize it with a belt, jewelry and a veil if you need the bling but that dress is amazing on you.
Post # 27
You look AMAZING in that dress! Suits your curves to a ‘T’
Once you add accessories I feel like you’ll fall in love. Sometimes it’s hard to have that true ‘bride’ moment without the full ensemble.
Post # 28
That dress is STUN-ING and you say that’s not even fitted? It looks incredible! If you want some detail or something though why don’t you add a belt or something?
Post # 29
That dress is a stunner. I wouldn’t second guess it for a second.
If you are looking for a more sparkly look, I’d go big with jewlery. I think that the dress gives you a great palate to go wild with some really glam jewls.
Post # 30
It’s gorgeous on you! And a simple dress will go well with whatever accessories you want. If you really want lace, you could get a little jacket or get a veil edged in lace. If you want sparkles, a crystal headband or statement necklace would look really great with it!