Post # 1
Has anyone selected the Angelina Faccenda 20365 by Mori Lee as their bridesmaid dress? I completely envisioned a different style/fabric for my formal yet traditional wedding but when one of my girls tried this on it was stunning. Looking at the online photo, it looks far more fitted and sultry than the A-line flowy shape on my Bridesmaid or Best Man. Starting to worry that it may come across too sexy. Has anyone used this for their bridal party? I can’t find a single pic of a real bridesmaid in this dress. Roar.
Post # 3
I think it’s just the way she’s standing in the picture that’s making the shape look different. If it looks good on your girls that’s all that matters. It’s a beautiful dress!
Post # 4
It’s a very gorgeous dress, but if your bridesmaids have differing body types then I would definitley have them all try it on b/c it doesn’t look like it would be very forgiving. However, with that being said, it is absolutely beautiful 🙂
Post # 5
I agree, I think her stance in the pic is making the dress look more fitted than it actually is. I do have a couple fuller figure girls (more so in the bust) and they were there when I selected the dress. The problem is most of the boutiques near me only carry one stock size, not multiple, so they couldn’t actually try on the dress. But, they were the ones encouraging me to go with this dress over others. I do love it. I guess I’m just worried that its going to be more busty than I realized. My girls seemed to think it would be fine, including my mother. I think I just need to stop looking at the picture from the website. And, if all else fails, it comes with straps and a shawl. I’m having a traditional Catholic ceremony so those shawls will have to be on regarless.