Post # 17
I would have to see them on! I tried on both dresses and liked the Harlow more on me, but it completely depends on the person. Adding a belt would make the front more interesting if your concerned its too plain.
Post # 19
- Wedding: October 2013 - Dalhousie Castle
Diana, hands down. It’s beautiful! The Harlow is nice but something about the cut of the skirt at the front makes the model look pregnant and the back does look a bit like toilet paper.
Post # 20
@cornwallbee2015: I like Harlow better.
Post # 21
I vote for the first one. I’d have to see Harlow in ivory to know for sure though. I can’t picture how those ruffle things would look with an ivory dress, but I don’t love them with the gray. I do REALLY like the piece of organza (tulle?) that comes off the top of the back of the dress, I think that adds a really cool dimension.
Edit: Found a picture in ivory and its a pretty even spilt for me now. Like others have said, if you haven’t tried on Harlow, I wouldn’t risk just ordering it. It looks like a tricky dress to pull off. If you can try it on and rock it, its a gorgeous dress with awesome details.
Post # 22
Thanks for everyone’s comments. I think I’m going to go with Diana due to the fact that I know she looks amazing on me. As much as I think that Harlow would look lovely too, I think it’s probably better to be safe than sorry! I do absolutely love Harlow but the fear of looking pregnant (haha, I tend to agree @AnotherMrsBrown:
) is what’s going to keep me from ordering her.
I see what you’re saying about the flange detail being overdone and I think it may well be true in the States. However, in England I first of all don’t know anyone personally who got married in a dress with those flange details, and certaintly no one I know got married in a Vera Wang gown either. What I’m trying to say is that I know that a dress like Diana will still have quite the impact amongst our family and friends.. especially because the rest of our wedding is quite the low budget affair!