Post # 1
Still trying to figure this out…What do you guys think? Keep in mind I am a size zero and these gowns are of course 10’s and 12’s..thats whats confusing me I think…They arnt FITTING ME right, I LOVE them in photos but I can’t imagine them fitting tight on me…its hard…I don’t want to spend two thousand on a gown and when it comes in be in shock that it doesn’t fit how i imagined it to 🙁 <br />Each of these gowns I am told are an 8-9 month order time and give 1-2 months for alterations and my wedding is 11 months away …erks. starting to feel frustrated..
Post # 2
I think 3 looks the best on you. Shows your tiny waist.
Post # 3
Katie.Xo: I love 2 and 4. I’m not a big fan of the drapy thing going on in 3 and 5, and I think 1 is too much tulle?
Post # 7
Love 4 on you! Also 1 is fun and whimsy, if that is something you’re going for.
Post # 8
Let’s be honest here. You are going to look stunning no matter which dress you choose, so pick the dress you love.
Post # 9
I agree with 3 and 4! Stunning! If I were to pick one, I’d pick 3. 4 looks so romantic, but you clearly have a fantastic figure – show it off with #3!
Post # 10
You have a great figure so you can’t really go wrong, but 4 looks great on youn my opinion!
Post # 11
3 and 4! They look the best on your figure IMO.
Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2014 - DD born 2015 DS born 2017
3 or 5 are absolutely stunning on you! I voted for 3.
I don’t know why 4 is winning though.. I think it’s just a bit too plain and doesn’t emphasise any curve in your waist at all imo.
Anyway, you can’t go wrong with such a great body anyway 😛
Post # 14
I really love the 3rd and 4th gowns. They are both stunning on your figure!
Post # 15
Love 4 and to a lesser extent 3, though I think the draping on dress 3 makes it look a little dated.
I definitely prefer natural waistline dresses on you, like 4, and I think you should try on more of those, and ones with a slightly dropped waist. The ones with the majorly dropped waists and full skirts are just making you look short. Despite that, I think you’d suit a dropped waist dress without a full skirt – i.e. a mermaid – if you were open to looking at styles other than ballgowns.
I also think the lighter fabrics look better on you than satin, which just looks heavy on you with your delicate features.