Post # 1
I’m 99% sure I’ve found my gown, and I’ve posted it here before! But one concern I have is that the top part comes up too high… I have a smaller bust, and the dress looks like it was designed for someone with a more ample chest lol. I love the sweet heart neckline and definitely want to keep it, or even a scoop neck line, (I think that’s what its called, where the neck line looks kind of like a soft U lol)
Anyways, I’ve seen people photo shop their dress’ neckline to see the change, and I have no idea how to do that, but if anyone out there has time to kill and knows how to do it, I’d love to see how it would look
Post # 3
I just want to see how it looks with a much softer sweet heart where you could maybe actually see that I have a chest and it’s not all boning lol. I think a little bit of cleavage is ok, but the sweetheart is too high
Post # 4
Not too fond of that belt and takes away from that gorgeous dress.. Are you getting that too?
Post # 6
@blessings: Hey, so I am going to wear a belt with it, but not that one in particular. That one is too busy. The dress comes with a pretty sash with a small flower on it, but it’s a mauve/champagne kind of colour and I want something more like an eggplant purple. I just tried that one on to see it with a more dramatic colour.
@DecoMeOut: Thank you so much for altering the photo! I do think I like it better that way…
what are your thoughts? better originally or with a softer neck line
Post # 7
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Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
@MrsPhilly: I prefer the edited look
Post # 9
@MrsPhilly: Yes definitely the edited version with the softer neckline. As you said, you have a smaller chest so the chest of the dress needs to fit in proportion, otherwise it looks too big (even if it’s tight to your chest).
Post # 10
The softer neckline looks so pretty- much more elegant than the deep sweetheart!
Post # 11
Thanks! I think so too… I just wanted to see it before I bought the dress or asked to have altered….
I think I’ll definitely have to alter the neckline to make it softer… I don’t want it to look like it’s boning that gives the illusion of a chest… I’m not flat, but the deep V makes it look like I am and I want it to look sexy with a little bit of actual cleavage lol