Post # 17
I’m glad I’m not the only one with this problem! I avoid mentioning that I’m trying to gain weight to fit into my wedding dress because people just have the most incredulous reactions. I’ve had a hard time keeping weight on the last year or so, and I want to gain a few pounds so my dress fits snugly rather than a tad too loose. I’ve been working hard at it for about a month and the dress is starting to fit better already!
Post # 18
Same problem here! When I took the measurement I was 7 lbs heavier except that I pack them all in my bum LOL
Post # 19
Yep! I’m more than 23 pounds lighter than when I bought my dress (and almost 3 dress sizes). I could zip it then (with some effort), but now it’s going to have to be taken in. Makes me wish I’d bought a smaller dress, but I’d rather take in than have to squeeze in!
Post # 20
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
YES! I’m terrified of this! Not because of losing weight, but because usually strapless dresses are constantly falling off of me. I hope I can find a good seamstress!
Post # 21
My dress lady said “remember we can take fabric off we cant put it back on” haha..
Post # 22
maggie dresses are good because of the corsette…
im a street size 2/3 and they ordered me a 6 in maggie (32Dear Daughter boobs) and i told the tailor that i was planning on losing weight and he said its perfectly fine because of the corset. it has room to squeeze in.