Post # 1
Ofc some manage to pull of both look at the same time, but what is your main goal with your apparence at your big day? To look like a classy lady or to show everyone what a hot piece of ass you are 😉
I just noticed a lot of threads/answers on here beeing about bees wanting to look hot/sexy etc in their dresses, is that an American thing? I think the bridal fashion is much less dareing where I live, compared to what is shown here and on american tv shows etc. We seem to be alot more into the classy, romantic or even bohemian bridal styles over here, in opposit of the sexy wave rolling in over the US.
I am just curious, why do you want to look sexy? I mean, some of you surely look.. sexy! And totally stunning/breathtaking and what not. I love to see how gorgeously you all pull that off. But I don’t think that I would feel comfortable trying to achieve a very sexy or dareing look at my wedding, I mean, maybe at a party or at the red carpet (Whatever business I would ever be there for, lol), or even at a ball.. But not in front of all my and his family! I would feel so .. silly and awkward?! 😀
Maybe i’ll change my mind when I acctually go dress shopping myself, but this is what I feel at the moment when trying to put myself into that situation. I am blushing just of the thought of standing there will all eyes on me, in a dareing tight mermaid with my boobs puched up in a revealing low cut cleavage.. And I am not exeptionally prude! Lol…
(Sorry for the poll options, just ignore the last part of them when answering, I had too much fun writing them! :P)
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Post # 2
Classy by a long shot. Generally speaking, I have nothing against women looking sexy, but I just don’t get it on their wedding day.
Post # 3
Classy, no doubt about it.
Post # 4
I want to look really glamorous and I want my FH to say “WOWWEEE ZOWWEE” when he sees me. This pushes me more into the sexy camp.
I’m not going to be wearing Inbal Dror or Oved Cohen down the aisle (though, let’s be real, if I had the body and budget I would 1000%), but I wanted a figure hugging dress that really shows off my shape. This is similar to what I wear on the daily, I’m much more a pencil skirt over jeans kinda gal.
Post # 5
It is unfair to lump Americans as all wanting to be sexy. It spans from sexy to classy to religious and all across the board. Just like everywhere else
american- I was classy. Grandma doesn’t need to see how sexy I am. Sexy dresses have a time and place, for me it was not at my wedding
Post # 6
I want to look and feel like a bombshell, a stunning and classy bride.
Post # 7
Classy for a wedding without a doubt. Besides, to me sexy isn’t showing it all off which is what most ‘sexy’ dresses I’ve seen have been about.
However I fully support a woman who wants to look sexy, it just isn’t for me.
Post # 8
I want to have a nice, simple dress that I feel pretty in. I’m usually a pretty outdoorsy dressed girl and don’t wear much makeup (simple!) so I don’t want to look like a bombshell on my wedding day, I just want to look… pretty. I went full circle in my explanation!
Post # 9
Sexy and classy aren’t mutually exclusive.I would.want to.look like both.
Post # 10
Classy can be sexy. I’m erring on the classy/elegant side (I hope!) but Ive picked a shape because it is most flattering to my curves. Is that considered ‘sexy’? Maybe.
Post # 12
I would like to look like more classy but stunning at the same time. I haven’t decided on a dress yet but this is my delimma. I love the classy look of a ballgown but I also love a more fitted mermaid or trumpet style.
Post # 13
Hands down, classy. Those pictures are ones that you will literally look back at in 40 years…do you want to show your grandchildren your super sexy wedding dress? Prrrrrobably not.
Post # 14
Classy. I don’t feel it is socially appropriate to look “sexy” in a wedding gown.
Post # 15
Classy. Sexy is for when the guests are gone. Besides, I’ve always felt it was sexier to leave a little something to the imagination than to reveal everything anyway.