Post # 1
I have the Maggie Sottero Geneva dress, and it comes with a “dipped neckline” instead of a sweetheart neckline. I do like the neckline, but I’m wondering if I would look better with a sweetheart neckline. I will say that I don’t really like dresses with a lot of cleavage, and I have pretty big boobs (38D) so I’m not sure if it would look good. My dress is in alterations right now, so I would need to ask pretty soon. What do you think?
Post # 3
I like it as is. But I also have a similar neckline dress. I know Sweetheart’s are in but it wouldn’t fit my body. I’m small chested so Sweetheart’s look really ridiculous on me.
Post # 4
i voted other. i think this dress would look awesome with a sweetheart neckline – and it would look gorgeous on you! however, i’m not sure how it will affect the applications on the top of the dress. it looks like a sweetheart neckline would destroy some of them. not sure if i would take the risk.
Post # 5
I think it would look pretty either way, but if you are hoping for more modest boobage, I would say that the sweetheart is going to give you a bit too much.
Post # 6
It looks like there is a lot of detail. I would make sure they could do it without hurting the detail work or that they could make it look good if they did.
Post # 7
I think a sweetheart would be really pretty on this. Beautiful dress!
Post # 8
I think it looks gorgeous as is! Love your dress!
Post # 9
Well it’s neck and neck in the voting, but I think comments are trending toward keeping it the same… Any one want to break the tie?
Post # 10
@MissKatelyn: Hopefully I’ve just helped to break the tie. I love it as it is. It’s so soft and the dress is so beautiful. Please leave it as it is. Infact my dress has the same neckline.
Post # 11
I actually really don’t think you need it. I worry that the sweetheart would be a little too fussy with this dress, and since you’re worried about your girls, i’d keep it simple. But that’s just me!
Post # 12
I like it better as is… plus you really have to trust the person doing alterations. Changing the neckline can sometimes be a challenge- making sure it is symmetric at the end. If you have a good seamstress that you trust and you really want to, do it… but I think it may just turn out to be additional $ and stress when you have a beautiful dress already.
Post # 13
Such a pretty dress, I’d keep it as-is. Maggie’s visions are already so dreamy, this one shows just enough for the style.
Post # 14
@MissKatelyn: voted to keep it the same, it is pretty as is 🙂
Post # 15
I like it the way it is!! It is a beautiful dress and you look amazing in it! Especially since you said you don’t like too much cleavage and considering your chest size I would leave it alone!
Post # 16
Ditto to what @pengoala: said…I think a sweetheart would be a little much for this dress. It’s so pretty the way it is! I voted to leave it. 🙂 Beautiful dress!