Post # 1
Hi This is my first post so hello to everyone!
I’m really torn between 2 dresses.
The first s Maggie Sottero and has gorgeous detail under the bust and amazing sparkly sleeves (even though I thought I didn’t want sleeves). BUT I’m not a big fan of pick-ups and they do look a bit random on this dress especially on the train (it looks a bit messy the train on pics).
Also I worry that I couldn’t wear my hair down as it would just cover the beutiful sleeves that I love – then there is no point picking it if no one sees them?
The second is by a British designer Alan Hannah and I would add a sparkly belt. Because its simple I could have my hair down in long soft curls with tiara and veil.
But Im really torn as my friends prefer the Maggie Sottero but I love the simple light Alan Hannah – but worry its too simple and doesn’t have the amazing diamante/Rhinestone detail I love on the Maggie
Please help and vote 🙂 (both the same price)
Post # 3
I really love the clean lines of the Alan Hannah dress! Both are beautiful though
Post # 4
number 1 only if you leave the sleeves on.
Post # 5
I love #2 and how you say you are going to style it sounds great!
Post # 6
#2..it looks like it was made for you!
Post # 7
I think the simple dress is more timeless. I think the pickups on the Maggie will look really dated in a few years!
Post # 8
I prefer the 1st dress. I think it flatters you more and I’m not a fan of the assymetric overlay on the 2nd dress
Post # 9
100% the simple one. It’s miles better on you.
Post # 11
I’m a fan of clean lines and minimal embellishment, so much prefer #2.
The Maggie has way too much going on with all the pickups, ruching, and sparkles. It already looks a bit dated to me.
Post # 12
Gosh, I scrolled down to the Maggie, loved it, then kept scrolling, and loved #2 wayyyyy more than that!!
Post # 13
I love the Maggie – with or without sleeves!
Post # 14
Definitely the Alan Hannah! It is lovely and timeless, and will be amazing with your styling ideas. I think the Sottero is too busy and fussy.
Post # 15
Definitely Alan Hannah. They’re beautifully made and having tried on that dress I know how stunning the slipper satin is!
Post # 16
The simple and classic one by a mile.