Post # 1
I’ve been on a hunt for purple dresses for my bridesmaids! Here are two that I found at a local store that had the sizes I needed… so I bought them for now while I decide which to keep (if any)!
Calvin Klein Dress
I like how the neckline looks on this one, but the shade of purple is a little brighter than I was hoping for.
Laundry by Shelli Segal Dress
This is the perfect color/shade that I was looking for! It’s pretty in person and feels luxurious (since it’s 100% silk). The problem is that it seems to need some work to look more dressed up (maybe with the right pair of shoes, or altering the dress by adding a halter strap).
Post # 3
Shelli Segal very pretty…
Post # 4
I love the color of the second one. I think it already looks dressy, but if it’s not as formal as you like, nice shoes and a necklace or fancy earrings could do the trick.
Post # 5
I think dress #2 is very formal…and beautiful! great choice.
Post # 6
I like #2. I think both the color and the style are more elegant. I think with some nice jewelry it’ll be lovely!
Post # 7
I absolutely love number 2. I don’t think it needs much work at all to make it look formal. Add a gorgeous pair of heels, either some nice chandelier earrings or a statement necklace and a nice cuff or bracelet and I think it will look absolutely stunning. I personally think it is much more flattering and formal looking than the Clavin Klein.
Post # 8
no 2 for sure!! looks fantastic!
Post # 10
I love that Shelli Segal dress. It looks so regal!
Post # 12
Yes def #2! I think it can be formal with the right shoes and accesories. The color definitely plays up the formality of it too. Great color!
Post # 13
I love the second one!! Super cute!!
Post # 14
second one is way better and actually to me looks dressy in of itself….
Post # 15
I would be happy to wear #2 with a statement necklace. I think it looks dressy enough unless you are having a formal wedding.
Post # 16
DEF #2 especially if it’s the perfect color you wanted!
I’m a firm believer that shoes make the outfit! So just request that they work a pair of “fancier” shoes. 🙂