Post # 1
After my first try-on, i thought drop-waist or fit & flare would fit me well. But when i go to my second try, i’m confused…
Little about me:I’m a petite & skinny girl. 5’4″ and wear a size 0-2. Have small bust and very visible chest bones.
Please ignore these dresses neckline are way to low on my bodice (too big and the agent didn’t use any clothpins). And the texture is not that good. Because this is a rantel shop but the agents are very nice. I just went there to find a suitable style before go to some expensive boutiques.
I don’t know which type is good. > <
Advice needed. Thanks in advance.
Dress 1 – front
Dress 1 – back
Dress 2 – front
Dress 2 – back
Dress 3 – front
Dress 3 – back
Post # 3
out of the three, I like the first one most, with the third dress close behind that. I’m not as big a fan of the 2nd on you. But for what it’s worth, I still love the last dress from your first thread most!!
Post # 4
@allyssa.yang: I really like the first dress on youl it’s gorgeous! I completely understand your comment about being a skinny girl with very visible chest bones; i’m in the same situation…though i’m 5’10-5’11. I think you should go to a bridal salon though, because they know what will work best for your body and allow you to work with them for the perfect image on your wedding day!
Post # 5
I’m a huge fan of #3 from this post or #4 from your last post. You’re so tiny though that you’ll look great in everything! Good luck. 🙂
Post # 6
I like the first one on you the most. My dress is a drop waist A-line/fit and flare as well and I think we are the same body type. I’m also 5’4 with a small chest and size 0-2. Once you purchase the dress, they can do great things with alterations. This picture of my dress has 2 sets of boob cups sewn in…I really have absolutely no cleavage in real life (A cup).
Post # 7
The first gown is the most flattering on your tiny figure.
Post # 8
The first one looks amazing on you, you have such a cute figure and it makes you look curvy!
Post # 9
I’m in Taiwan and local people here don’t buy but rent dresses. Because the bridal portait shops here “educate” every brides to change 3 clothes in the dinner party: 1 wedding gown and 2 evening dresses. (This wired custom didn’t exist when my Mom got married though.)
I don’t want to be one of those brides and don’t want my wedding photos full of me on evening gowns. I want my own dress with a suitable length, not too long. (Other brides have to pick their skirt while walking, wired, right?) but it’s hard to find a dress with brand, most shop carry ball gown from China. Few of them have some Pronvias, La posa, Eden, saison blanche for rent with expensive price ($300~$1500 for one time).
Today I went to a small boutique and luckily they carry some designer dresses.
Here is one of dress I think will not swallow me up:
Saison Blanche Bridal Gown Style 4151 Size 6 (I’m size 0)
I feel like the most simple style will make me look good. Satin is better than organza or taffeta.
Mermaid is maybe the one i should pick.
Btw, Eden & Saison Blanche’s manufatuor is located in Taiwan. So that’s why i can find this one. The samples are all in size 6-8.
Post # 10
Thanks for your comment on my post about Saison Blanche.
I am in Japan and the Bridal market is the same over here, except, prices are 3 times higher ugh. It’s crazy. To rent a gown it’s typically over $2000.
Anyway, I think you look great in Saison Blanche! I am looking to buy Saison Blanche B3079. Did the boutique you went to have this gown?