Post # 32
@SLfairytale: thank you 🙂
@MrsC2014: thank you! I just look that happy because #2 was really uncomfortable! Too tight and the crinoline skirt layers were super scratchy. I do love #3 though. I am thinking tone up rather than lose weight… I’m a runner and haven’t been very diligent about it lately. I have been diligent about consuming chocolate though. I don’t gain much but I start to feel soft and lose muscle so fast…
@This Time Round: thank you! Support is definitely important, I don’t want to end up with an aching back, and things are not where they were when I was in my 20s… Damn gravity 😉
@butterflywings: thank you! I am not much of a crier but my mom definitely got ready eyed.
@FutureMrsOrr: thanks so much, you are very sweet 🙂
Post # 34
The 2nd dress is stunning! That or the 3rd one. You’re going to look great either way though! Good luck making a decision!
Post # 35
@nightborn: #3 is my pic, but honestly if you’re having to convince yourself to like a dress, maybe none of them are for you?
I like #3 the best because it balances out your figure the most. The other two make you look top heavy. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that because you have fantastic boobs if you don’t mind me saying!) But #3 has the drama at the bottom with balances out the top half and helps to emphasis your small waist. Also the neckline is just the right amount of flattering, shows off enough cleavage but not too much.
I would however like to see you in some slim a-lines and fit and flares that flare out from the hip instead of the thigh. Like #1 with a bit more volume, or #3 flaring out from higher up.