Post # 1
Hi Hive! I’ve got a question (or few) that I hope someone can answer.
As I’ve been looking for dresses, I’ve seen things like “Spring 2009” “Spring 2010” etc. Does season really matter when it comes to a wedding dress? How does one go about determining which season a dress is, just by the way it looks? Is there such a way?
Post # 3
Well, for me the season of the dress does not matter. I am guessing if you are more into fashion or follow a certain designer’s gowns the season the dress will matter more because you know their styles inside and out, are waiting for a new season of dresses to be released by the designer etc…
I would concentrate more on the actual season that you are getting married when picking a dress:) I am getting married in the summer so it made sense to me to purchase a sleeveless dress with silk lining that I know will be not too hot. The designer season of my dress is Fall 2009, but I would have not cared if it were Spring 09 or Fall 09 etc…
Post # 4
I think the season of the dress is when it comes out, and less about when it is appropriate to wear (I could be wrong). I think you should wear whatever makes you happy, and I also think that the dress seasonality has a great deal to do with the styling… a bolero or a little fur jacket can make what felt like a summer or beach dress into a late fall / early winter dress…
Post # 5
Ohhhhhhh I see. That makes perfect sense. I was like, Uhm…wat?! When I first started looking lol. Thanks y’all!
Post # 6
They know that fall 2009 dresses are what the summer 2010 brides are going to wear so fall dresses are not to be worn in the fall! And they only have a fall and a spring collection! So don’t worry about the season at all!