Post # 46
You look stunning! That dress suits you so well. Woman has breasts – shock horror! My female family shame me for being busty and I tell them where to go. Not once have I shamed them for being flat chested because it’s nothing to be ashamed of.
Wear that gorgeous gown and perhaps uninvite your parents until they learn to treat you with respect!
Post # 47
It looks great on you and fits you very well. I would feel unformfortable in a dress that low cut, but that is me. You are the one wearing it. From what I’ve seen on this site, it appears to be a popular style.
Post # 48
Girl, that dress is beautiful. And you look stunning. I too get told by family (specially my mom) that certain things don’t look good on me because I’m not skinny. And I know that can really hurt your vision.
but you look stunning.
Post # 49
It’s beautiful. Are your parents paying for your wedding? If not,and you feel comfortable wearing it….wear it.
Post # 51
I love it, your parents are haters!
Post # 52
I think the dress is gorgeous and highlights your figure and particularly lovely complexion beautifully.
I can see why your parents might find the cleavage a little daring because I am also a little conservative about showing underboob curves and would probably go for ivory mesh, myself. That said, I don’t think it looks at all tacky, so you if you are comfortable, you do you!
And that was an unnecessarily mean thing to say about your back.
Post # 54
Remind them to see the bigger picture, and that this dress will be custom-tailored to your figure. How often do sample gowns truly fit a bride perfectly, right off the rack? Next to never. If you love the gown, get it imo. What matters most is that you feel beautiful and confident in your choice. Screw everyone else’s opinions.
I wish I had gone with my instincts and not listened to my peers while dress shopping. Eventually the dress that I did choose was gorgeous, but it wasn’t “me.” Kinda made me feel like I was wearing someone else’s dress.
Post # 55
gah! Duplicate post.
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Your faithful servant and stalker,
Post # 56
Are your parents paying for the dress? If not then it doesn’t matter what they think. It’s your day, you are the one wearing it, and you will be the one looking back on it for years to come. You’ve already said it’s not a church wedding so you aren’t being culturally insensitive with it so you are good to go.
P.S You look awesome in that dress!