Post # 31
That’s a great silouette for you.
I vote for #1 and in that gorgeous blush color. I realize that #2 isn’t fitted to you, and woiuld look gorgeous, too. But for me the first one has a slight edge, and I’m not a fan of ruffled skirts usually.
Post # 32
Both are beautiful but I say #2!
Post # 33
Definitely 1, dress 2 has just too much going on IMO.
ETA I don’t think the belt improves number 1 at all , it is just lovely as it is.
Post # 34
I like #1 — it’s extra-elongating in the legs. Looks very good on you! ^^
Post # 35
You really can’t go wrong with these options. #1 is perfect for a morning/afternoon garden wedding. However, I really don’t like a belt on this dress. It chops it up too much when added to the teirs in the skirt, and hides the beautiful lace. this dress would be beautiful in blush, white, or ivory because the structure is what makes it beautiful.
If you must have a little bling, then #2 is the way to go. I love the way the lace spreads on the lower half of the skirt, and the shape in general. but you should get it in the sample color. That dress in all white hides the lovely lace pattern. The contrast is what gives it the wow factor and makes the lace and bling pop.
But once again, either would be an awesome choice, and you will be a beautiful bride!
Post # 37
ladysugarbear: Thank you for your feedback. I definitely agree that adding a belt to the tier dress doesn’t look good. I guess I was just trying to add the bling cause it seemed a little plain but I still loved the look. My wedding is going to be a very formal event so I’m considering heading back to racks to find something with a little more bling. Although I love love the tier dress I’m worried it’s not fancy enough
Post # 38
marley1384: I think it’s fancy enough, but I’m biased. I chose a dress from a store that wouldn’t give me a deposit back, but my dream dress has no lace or bling, lol. The dress I chose is all lace and no bling.
I think the dress is unique, classic, and elegant. You could always throw on a pair of esquite earrings or a nice necklace. But once you put on that veil, have your makeup done, and rock that rock on your left hand, there will be no question that it’s a formal affair. Just think about Jackie-O, or even Mrs. Obama at the last state dinner. You never see them blinged out, and you always see them as “formal”. If you love it, get it!
Post # 39
Both are gorgeous on you but #2 is the icing on the cake.
Post # 40
Dress number one – stunning!
Post # 41
I vote 1. The shape really shows off your figure. It’s so elegant and soft looking too.
Post # 42
Wow, both are gorgeous on you! I prefer number two just because it’s more my style. Whatever you decide, you will look beautiful.
Post # 43
ladysugarbear: you just reassured me how much I love the first dress! my sister is actually flying out to visit me to see the dress on me and to help with my decision. Its going to be tough to beat so this might actually be my dress.
Post # 44
Thanks everyone for your feedback!!
Post # 45
First one! Both are gorgeous though!