Post # 1
Having had a wobble about the dress (see other posts) I am now totally in love with it again but am thinking about making some minor changes to make it feel more “me”. Here is the original with no changes, one with lace added to the straps and one with lace and a sash. Please let me know what you think (sorry about the bad quality editing of the photos!!).
Post # 3
I like it with the lace added to the straps, but no sash. I think the dress would look too busy with a sash.
Post # 4
I like the third picture. It definitely looks the best & the most simple.
Post # 5
I agree with Tulip – lace straps, but no sash. It would have too much going on with the bodice the way that it is.
Post # 6
I agree with a lot of the posters…lace, no sash.
Post # 7
I like the second picture the best.
Post # 8
Lace no sash. It’s still beautiful, though, anyway you look at it. 🙂
Post # 9
Lace no sash. The sash doesn’t fit with the design elements of the bust area of the dress!
Post # 10
I love it just as it is. To me, the lace on the straps really cheapens the look of the dress. I would leave it be. It’s gorgeous.
Post # 11
I like the second picture with the lace straps. Very pretty dress btw!
Post # 12
love the straps not the sash. sash is not working on that dress. love the dress!
Post # 13
Lace, no sash!
Isn’t it truly amazing what the smallest of detail can do for a gown!
You seriously rock in that dress!
Post # 14
Definitely lace, no sash. You’re rocking that dress though!
Post # 15
I like it as it is with no alterations to it. I think it’s a beautiful dress and it looks great on you!
Post # 16
Hmm.. I think it looks better with thicker straps, the spaghetti straps are kind of odd on the dress. And the sash looks nice too, but you could go either way. I actually kind of like it with the sash a little better.
My sister bought about 4 sashes and on her wedding day made the decision about which one she was going to actually wear. You can make/buy a couple options and decide that day if you want, you can also remove it after the ceremony for a different look.