Post # 77
@Barbiestylez: I don’t think your fat at all and I never said that.
And, I’m only saying this because you posted the model pic, it looks like it actually fits the model in the chest area.
I don’t want to argue, which I feel like you’re about to start doing with me, just because I posted an opinion, which you asked for. You look gorgeous, it’s fine.
Post # 78
Pretty dress!! I think it looks heaps better without the bra 🙂 The sitting down photo is the best front on shot and from there it looks a perfect fit in the chest. Gorgeous!
Only nitpicking here, and it’s not a big deal.. but if it could be let out in the hips just 1cm it might help to release the fabric wrinkles/pulls that tend to happen as you sit and stand 🙂
Post # 79
@Barbiestylez: I just whistled like a construction worker when I saw these pics LOL!! This dress looks amazing on you! SCORE!!!
Post # 80
First off, beautiful dress!
As for the bra/no bra situation…that’s tough. I feel like with the bra (even the non padded one) there’s way too much cleavage. But with no bra, you almost look deflated. Although I’m honestly not sure how that’s even possible lol. Could you possibly have cups put in? That could give you some push-up without squeezing your boobs together, which is actually what creates so much cleavage.
Post # 81
The dress really is lovely and looks great on you. The boob issue isn’t as big a deal for me as it is for some Bees, I guess, but I do have to agree that either the underlay and overlay aren’t matching up or the dress might be a bit snug in some places. Not because you’re OMGFAT but because of the way it’s bunched. Maybe try adjusting the underlay/overlay thing to get it to lay smooth? Or talk to a seamstress for a professional opinion. And wear the non-padded bra. It looks great.
Post # 82
Thank you so much ladies!! I seriously felt beautiful in this dress. I also think the corset top/cups goes perfectly with my ballgown and its a great transition! I cant wait to wear this on my big day and I appreciate all the love!!
Post # 83
@Barbiestylez: You look bangin, as usual! Glad you finally have your dresses settled!
Post # 84
@flowercrowns: Thank you! Im glad you understand like me LOL. The style of the dress is to be tight, sexy, and vavavoom… Its just that. I think for 580$, I got an AMAZING gown thats gonna be beautiful on my day. 🙂
I probably just need to adjust the overlay. But honestly, EVERY dress I tried on whether big or small had those lines. Im not sure if its because I have pretty wide hips or not. I am def taking the dress to a seamstress to make it fit perfect, but when people say it doesnt fit at all, its sort of a slap in the face because it was literally made to my measurements. Thats why it fits snug and tight. Im also on a weight loss journey so it will need some alterations reguardless! I am very happy with it though:)
Im going to ask the seamstress what I need to do to fix that issue.
Thank you lady!! I will take some pics of the bodice/details tonight if youd like, on the hanger:) The beadwork is beautiful and I requested extra beading than the inspiration dress.
Im not argueing, I just dont see how you can say it looks way too small when it literally slips on me with no struggle. I agree that with the padded bra, the bust is too tight — with no bra, the bust is a bit big — I will need to ask my seamstress what my best option is and have it alter it accordingly.
Thank you! I think I look deflated because the bust is large with no bra, I can pull it out an inch or two, so if I dont wear a bra, my boobs will fall out. I dont have a large chest, but I get cleavage very easily (always have) I will play around with bras that dont pushup so much so I get some oomph, but not such massive cleavage lol.
I totally agree. A seamstress will be able to help me out Im sure!
Post # 85
@Barbiestylez: I think it is pretty odd that people have been saying that dress looks like it’s to small, too sexy, etc. I think it looks fantastic on you, it fits like many dresses do on models/fits you perfectly, and you have a damn good figure!! I think they might just be jealous. ;P
It looks great. And having seen your posts for a long time, I would say that it is your style and you’re rocking it!!! I wish I could pull off a dress like that!! (My figure, even when fairly thin, is a pear-shape and I am leery of dresses that are tight below the waist).
Post # 86
I don’t understand why people post something asking for opinions, and then when people give their opinions, the OP gets defensive.
Post # 87
@stillme: i get the opinions of it looking too small, but the fact is that it was made to my measurements & it slips right on so it obviously fits. I’d rather people just say a dress this tight/revealing is not their taste.
thanks lady!! It is def the one 🙂
Post # 88
OMG!!!! I just saw this thread and my jaw DROPPED!!
Ok so I have seen all five of your dresses and this one is by FAR my favorite. WOW. I also saw the pics of the dress on the manequin, and it looks way way WAY better on your body. Even on the manequin I loved it, but on you, it’s just WOW.
For anyone who follows Inbal Dror (I am a hardcore fanatic), you would know that these dresses are meant to be worn tight, sexy, and form fitting. If this dress was any looser, it would NOT look like an Inbal Dror dress. The whole point of the dress is to have it fit like a glove. And the fit is absolutely PERFECT! This is NOT a dress that is supposed to be worn losely. So please ladies, before you tell her you think the dress is too “tight,” go do a little research on the designer. That is how the dress is supposed to fit!
About the bra, I actually like the no-bra look on you. I dont think you need any help from a push-up bra. It has a very nice classy look without the bra.
Overall, TWO THUMBS UP. WOW!!!! I ordered the same exact dress from JB and am waiting to see the first pics. I’ll keep you posted.
Congrats on finding this dress. It truly is THE ONE!
Post # 89
@fashionistapink3530: thanks girl! I cant wait to see your mid pro pics and the final results!!!
Post # 90
@taylorkirby: here are some close up pics of the beading — best I could do with the bad lighting I had!
Post # 91
Honestly, I think it looks stunning on you!! It doesn’t look “too small” like people are saying. If people would look at the model pic she also has the same bunching of fabric!
Is the dress my style? No. However, it is a gorgeous dress that although I wouldn’t wear it’s easy to see the dresses beauty even if its not my taste (probably because I wouldn’t look as great in it!)