Post # 1
I thought I made up my mind but I keep looking at dresses and now I’m unsure again!
I had dress 1 made but I still need to alter the top into more of a sweetheart and take it in a bit. I was also planning to add some more sparkle to the appliques.
Dress 2 is beautiful but I’m worried it may be too plain. I was thinking of maybe adding a rhinestone band right around the top of the skirt, and removing the flower. I like that it’s soft and romantic.
Dress 3 is a wild card. I love the top but the bottom is not at all what I pictured myself in. It does have that wow factor I think.
Keep in mind that all these dresses were too big on me in the pictures so they should look better once fitted. Thanks!!
Post # 3
They’re all pretty similar, all very pretty. If you already paid for 1, keep it and do the alterations. If not I’d say #2…
Post # 4
I really like the asymmetrical bottom better. I think #1 with the sweetheart will be perfect!
If you feel it is still too plain, add a rhinestone belt.
Post # 5
I voted for dress 3, but I think I’m biased b/c it is very similar to my dress. I am still dealing with feelings of anxiety/uncertainty though, I ‘m waiting for it to go away! 🙂
Post # 6
Dress 3 is ST-ST-ST-ST-STUNNNNINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!
Post # 7
I asked my fiance for a male’s opinion and he said #1 🙂
Post # 8
They are all similar so I vote to stick with #1. You look great in all of them!
Post # 9
#1 with a sweetheart neckline AND a rhinestone belt 🙂
Post # 10
I also conferred with Fiance, and he chose #1. I think with the sweetheart neckline it will be beautiful (and maybe add sparkle somewhere — a necklace, belt, etc.) – that’ll give you some of the bling you like from dress #3.
Post # 11
I voted #2, and asked my fiance who also chose it 🙂 I definitely agree with taking the flower off, but I think the rhinestones around the top of the flare would not be cute. Is that what you meant, or at the waist?
Post # 12
Thank you all so much for your opinions and for the male votes! I know they are all pretty similar which is why it’s so hard for me. I still love the dress I already have. It already has some sparkle on appliques on the bust and hip, which you can’t see too well in the picture, so I wanted to add more. I don’t think a belt would work because of these. I’ll post a better picture when I get home later. Oh and ignore the shadow under dress 1. We pretty much stuffed a bunch of tulle under there to give it some extra poof!
@cushioney: I just saw your dress and it looks amaaaazing on you! It seems to already fit you like a glove too. I hope you lose your anxiety over it. It’s not over the top crazy, just enough to be special.
@sarahbabs: That is what I meant! lol. Kind of along the lines of this skirt below. No?
Post # 13
Woaah! I thought I made that smaller. Sorry!
Post # 14
I love #2, it looks great on your figure!
Post # 15
@MrsMo: Thanks 🙂 Actually, the sample size was a tad too small around the hips… it’s not very obvious, but you can definitely tell that underneath the ruching there are some horizontal stretches that are NOT supposed to be there haha 🙂 I had to order 1 size up from the sample.
You can’t go wrong with any of these dresses, the shape is so perfect for you!
Post # 16
@MrsMo:Well I am going to say number 2! 😉
I added a flower to my Mori Lee that has a rhinestone in the middle of it and has some champagne on it. It gives me that extra wow. I never thought it plain because of all the sparkley appliques. I am PM’ing you to give you a website where you can see the girl had the first layer on the bottom removed so that the lace shows more. It gives it an extra oomph. I myself am keeping the organza top layer , but if you’re thinking it’s too plain this may be a solution!