Post # 17
I agree with PPs, I don’t think people will be starting at your chest…
However, you seem to be concerned about it… Most likely, you’ll notice this issue in every pic where it can be seen. So, it’s worth trying to fix, in my opinion 🙂
Post # 18
I think it looks great! 🙂
Post # 19
I think it looks fine, but would be worried there is no escaping or gaping where people can see down the front.
Post # 21
This is the exact post I was talking about! Just couldn’t remember where is was =D
Post # 22
that’s a great idea.
My wedding dress we sewed in push-up cups; but I just bought a summer dress from Hollister, and I’m having trouble with my strapless bra shifting a little and getting exposed – now I have a solution!
Post # 23
It looks fine to me, I wouldn’t have guessed if you hadn’t pointed it out. If you are worried I would wear a padded bra like some of the other bees have suggested. I guess the benefit of that is so that if you are leaning against someone for a photo your dress isn’t denting in at the front….if that makes sense?
Stunnning dress by the way! 🙂
Post # 24
Thanks ladies for all of the advice! Its fairy solid cups that are sewn in, so I am gonna try with a bra and if doesnt work then I am just gonna go with it! lol
Post # 25
I’m glad I could help. I wish I could take credit for it, but the dress came with them.
Post # 26
Lovely dress! I’m afraid I think it does need a little something more though, I’d agree with the padded bra idea. It might also be worth talking to another seamstress… maybe the one you’re using doesn’t know a way to make it work but someone else might have different tricks?
Post # 27
That bra is called the Miraculous Multi-Way from Victoria’s Secret. In case anyone wanted to know. I wore it under my wedding dress too!
Post # 28
The one I’m wearing is the bio-fit strapless from Victoria’s Secret. It adds a little padding, but not enough that it looks unnatural. I really like the sewn-in straps idea to hold it in place…I’ll have to see if I can do that!
Post # 29
I just have to say that I’m so jealous of ladies who can opt not to wear a bra!
Post # 30
They look fine from the front. From the side, it does look a little off. I probably wouldn’t have noticed if you didn’t say anything, though. I would try to take your dress somewhere else to ask if it can be altered. Otherwise, just wear a bra andI think it’ll look better.
I’m in LOVE with your dress, by the way. What is the designer/style?
Post # 31
Yup! It adds a lot though, so I didn’t want to reccomend it to the OP because she wants to look more natural. Its just in the picture to show how the loops work. Its a great bra though.