(Closed) Dress Pressure – Vera Wang Delaney

posted 10 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
139 posts
Blushing bee

Sorry, I don’t follow you. You bought the Priscilla of Boston dress or the Vera Wang?

The dress you posted is so beautiful, I personally love it, but is you are not fully convinced that it is YOUR dress, maybe you should look a little more:) trying to find the ONE, or try to make it the dress of your dreams. I’m sure you look lovely in this dress, but I’m fully convinced every girl should get married in her dream dress!! However not everyone gets that tear-y moment (as I read over the bee) you just follow your heart!

Hope you can find it or accessorize this one to make it:) 

Post # 4
451 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Your dress is more gorgeous then half the gowns I see on say yes to the dress, you made the right choice!!!

Post # 5
2904 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

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@TotallyPinkaholic: Does Priscilla of Boston not carry Vera Wang?


Anyway, the dress is awesome. If you can tell the difference in fabric, then this is the dress for you. I love fabric, so I went with a designer dress, too (Anne Barge). It really does make a huge difference.


Not everyone cries or has that moment. Something about being on camera can change you. Also, they film way more brides than they show on TV, I’m sure. They choose the ones that make the best tv.


Stay with the Delaney. It’s lovely!

Post # 6
139 posts
Blushing bee

@ellabee: OMG I’m such an idiot!! I understand wrong, so sorry I’m not really related to it since we don’t have either on my country. Thanks for the clarification tho, I was so confused.

Post # 7
256 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I love your dress. It is really beautiful. Why don’t you go back and try it on again? That might help.

Post # 8
86 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2011 - Greenville Country Club

@Snara11: I had a very similar dress shopping experience. My gown is from Priscilla in Ardmore. Must have tried on over 50 gowns, experiencing all levels of customer service, before finding The One at PoB. There were no tears, no “say yes to the dress” moment (which I don’t think is realistic for all women). I just knew. 

One question that really helped me was: How did I make other important/expensive decisions?

Once I knew that my approach to deciding on the dress was similar to when I bought a car and computer… then I knew I was okay. (We ask this question to our unsure first-time house buyers so they know when the pull the trigger on a house.)

In the time between buying the dress (June 2010) and the dress arriving (January 2011), I reminded myself of how much I loved it by looking at photos from PoB and other places. When PoB and the other designers came out with their new collections, I looked at every dress. None of them held a candle to “my” gown.

Agree with PP: go back and try on the gown.

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