Post # 1
Do you think this bolero would coordinate with this dress? I’ve already purchased the dress. I found the bolero on Etsy and love it, just not sure if they would look good together.
Post # 3
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Post # 4
I don’t see a photo of the dress.
Post # 5
I say no. Your gown has too deep of a neckline for that bolero. In my opinion, you shouldn’t wear one with your gown. If you have to wear one, then I would go with a simpler style in a more sheer fabric.
Post # 6
Agreed with noritake. Your gown is more formal/classy than the bolero because of the frillyness and also the type of material doesn’t seem to match.
Post # 7
I agree too. Your dress is giorgeous,but that bolero doesn’t really compliment it in style or fabric.
Post # 8
I also agree with noritake. I absolutely love that dress though. With a nice detailed neckline like that, there is no need to hide it!
Post # 9
Agreed with the rest, the bolero is too heavy of a fabric and not the right cut to match your gown – at least in the photo.
Have you considered a wrap to go with your dress? The dress is very sexy and a bolero might not be the right combination, a wrap would go nicely I think. I guess it depends on whether you’re looking for a bolero for the look, for modesty or for warmth.
Post # 10
My first thought is that the v in your dress may not match well it.
Post # 11
I agree with PP. Both are lovely, but not together. Maybe wear the bolero to your rehersal dinner?
Post # 12
I agree, they’re both really nice … but not together. Sorry
Post # 13
Then again… click on, under Related Posts, the first one “Part 2! My Dress With the Bolero! and you’ll see a dress with a similar shape/V-neck and a very similar bolero and it looks stunning.
Post # 14
Thanks ladies! As always, great advice.
Post # 15
I agree with the neck line being too low for the bolero