Post # 1
Do you think this bridesmaid dress is okay to go with my dress? My Maid/Matron of Honor really wants it, but I think it may be a little much? If you think it’ll work I’ll let her to get it because it doesn’t really matter what she wears to me. I’d like for her to wear something simplier but still beautiful, but I don’t want to make her wear something she doesn’t like in the end.
My dress is very similar to this but with a beaded crystal belt.
This is what my sister wants, but with cap sleeves and in a purply gray.
Post # 3
Edited… It looked like they were the same link. Now, I have to back and compare the two!
Post # 4
I think the top of the MOH’s dress is too much. Its a beautiful dress but they don’t seem to go together in my mind.
Post # 5
I think it’s way too much
Post # 6
I think it’s way too poofy and dramatic for a bridesmaid dress.
Post # 7
First off, I think both the dresses are gorgeous. I actually would love to wear the Maid/Matron of Honor dress if I had the opportunity. However, I feel as a long dress, it’s a little much. If it was shorter or had a straighter skirt, I think it might work. However, since your dress is somewhat simple and classic (even with the crystal belt), I feel that the Maid/Matron of Honor dress could potentially upstage it.
Post # 8
I think it’s entirely too much. It will look as of you two are competing.
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Post # 10
I agree it’s way too much. It is very pretty though. I feel like I’m stugging with multiple people trying to upstage me, but I’m too much of a wimp to say no to their choices more than once. They push and I cave, so you guys are giving me the back up to either deal with it or hold my ground (in a nice way though).
Post # 11
The dress is gorgeous, but if it were in white it would be a bridal gown to me. And if I was at your wedding, I would be thinking that. Like… Why did she need such a glamorous dress?
Post # 12
No no definitely no. Not a fan and doesn’t go with your dress but instead competes with it
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
Does the skirt actually poof out like that? It looks like it might be a straight skirt, but the picture is done so that the fabric is blown out (as if someone were spinning?) to show the movement of the material. Have you seen this dress in person?
Post # 14
I agree with your feeling that it’s way too much. If you had some crazy elaborate bridal gown it might be okay. But your dress is simple but elegant – I feel like her dress would be competing with it if she wore that.
Post # 15
@collieblueeyes: if your dress doesn’t have sparkle…then her’s should not…minus the sparkle..the dress is great
EDIT: THE dress may not have sparkle…well i guess the top is too much. as for what other bees said it’s too “puffy” that dress isn’t puffy , they just let the dress ripple in the air on the model for the picture…it’s a nice flowy a-line…..let her pick a similar style with less elaborate top