Post # 31
No lace for me! I laughed out loud at how bad I looked in the first lacy dress I tried on. But keep an open mind, I was adamant that I also did not want lots of beading or a sweetheart neckline aaaand that’s exactly what I ended up with.
Post # 32
Ugh, it’s a personal preference but I can’t stand lace. My style is very simple, minimalist, classic lines. This is my dress: https://www.morilee.com/product/bridal-wedding-dresses/voyage/beautiful-duchess-satin-and-tulle-ball-gown-wedding-dress/ it has a tulle bottom and satin bodice. I wore a simple raw-edge fingertip drop veil, a sparkly headpiece, and sparkly earrings.
Post # 34
- Wedding: August 2019 - A historic Art Deco and French Renaissance Theatre
Not really sure if this is considered lace or not lol. Its crepe, appliques and embroidery. I’m just not a fan of a lot of lace. Yet I tried a full lace dress on with a huge train all in lace too and was surprised by how beautiful it was and I actually did like it! But it just wasn’t me. So this is what I went with! Again not at all what I was looking for or thought I’d come home with!
Post # 35
All of these dresses (and the bees wearing them) are BEAUTIFUL! Thank you all so much for sharing your dresses! It’s definitely given me a lot more ideas!
Post # 36
Love the elegant chic look! When I started trying on lace dresses, they were so heavy and just didn’t read well on my body. Here’s my Stella York!