(Closed) Bridesmaid dress as wedding dress? whiterunway.com? help!

posted 5 years ago in Dress
  • poll: Which dress do you like better?



  • Post # 2
    2966 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2012

    if you’re getting married in the dress, then it’s a wedding dress. doesn’t matter if the label says “bridesmaid” or “prom” or whatever. wear the dress that you love. no one will know the difference.

    i love the ingrid one!

    Post # 3
    1391 posts
    Bumble bee

    The ingrid dress will proabably be more flattering. The skirt on the sienna is very odd.

    Post # 4
    37 posts
    • Wedding: November 2015

    Hi there!

    I can absolutely vouch for White Runway. Ive been to their showrooms in both Sydney and Melbourne and have tried on both those dresses in person, as I am considering them for my bridesmaids, however having said that they are stunning dresses that could be used for any occasion.

    If you follow white runway on Instagram you’ll see that people have worn those dresses, particularly the Sienna for other red carpet events and such. 

    Having tried them both on, and seen them on my bridesmaids, i favour the Sienna. Very flattering with the draping. It really comes down to the neckline for those though, neither of my bridesmaids busts suited the one shoulder of the Ingrid. But ive seen it be very flattering on others, you just have to have the right shape.

    Look up the PGP Sarah on White runway. I think that would make a stunning wedding dress! 

    Post # 5
    353 posts
    Helper bee

    Sorry, I’ve never used that site so can’t help on that. 

    But just want to throw it out there, those two styles in particular can be found in other bridesmaid dresses. Two Dessy dresses look quite simiar: 



    I’m not sure about the Lela Rose but I know the After Six is closer to $200 so worth checking out. You should also be able to find them at a retailer so you can try them on to see how you feel wearing them. 

    Post # 6
    1034 posts
    Bumble bee

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    @honeybeebee2015  I don’t want that “bride” look (white dress, etc) and I found a bridesmaid dress I fell in love with. I’m having an outdoor picnic wedding with a vintage twist and I think my dress is fun! So do what you want and what makes YOU feel good. 🙂

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