Post # 1
So I’m having a hard time making a decision and was hoping I could a few other opinions. Mind taking a poll?
1. Lulu Long By Tulle
2. Adorae by sottero and midgley
3. BL1205 by monique lhuillier Bliss
4.Jayma by Augusta Jones
5. Wallis by Modern Trousseau
Post # 4
#4 then #2. But to be fair, I don’t like poofy dresses so I’m unfairly biased against #1/3/5 🙂 I LOOOVE 4
Post # 5
though i think #2 shows off your figure well, you seem happier in the dresses with the full A skirt
Post # 6
I love love LOVE the Modern Trousseau one on you. I know Adorae is super popular on here (and you look fabulous in it) but I feel like it’s been done so many times. Wallis is different and has an amazing skirt.
My second favourite is the Monique Lhuillier.
Post # 7
Thanks for all the input. I find I really like the adore dress but I also feel like its not me so I keep looking for something to try and beat it. So I guess I need to keep looking.
Post # 8
I LOVE #3, but #2 really shows off your figure. If your wedding is more “fun”, #3 is super fun though!
Post # 9
Post # 10
#4! #2 would be my second pick though, don’t like any of the others
Post # 11
I’m for the Adorae on you, with #4 a close second!
Post # 12
I think I picked the adorae partly because of the color; I really like the white with your skin tone. It is more of an evening dress than some of the others, so if you wanted a more fun, casual, or daytime look, I think #3 or #4 is the way to go.
Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
I think we need to know your venue and time of year. Indoor or outdoor?
Do you have pictures with your hair the same in each? It looks good off your face, which draws me to Adorae…but I find that dress a bit tired these days (due too popularity on the board…clearly guests won’t think this).
I like the Lhuillier myself. It’s fun and a little glamourous…but your venue might not call for that.
Post # 14
you rock #2, but the #5 Wallis is a vey close second. The waistline on the others just doesn’t fall in the right place, but on the Wallis, it’s perfect for you.
Post # 15
I like the Adorae on you, followed by #4. I don’t think the textured skirt hitting at the natural waist, as seen in dresses 1 and 3, is a very flattering look. It makes you look like you have a very short torso, which I don’t think is actually the case. It also looks as though those two dresses are overwhelming you and all I see in the photo is the dress – not the bride. I think #5 is getting closer to the mark with the dropped waist and textured skirt, but I still prefer the more fitted dresses you posted.
Post # 16
Love that lace one. Adorae looks good, as usual, but I really can’t get past why on earth they’d ever have put that belt where they put it, it bothers me to no end.
I’m not a fan of those poufy skirts on you- they swallow you. You look gorgeous in the lace one, it shows off your figure, and you look like a bride.