Post # 1
I know you are probably sick of me by now on the dress board but I need your opinions on how I look in this dress because I am STILL having troubles with picking a dress!
Pros: Has a little bit of sparkle perfect for winter wedding but still elegant and not too sparkly. And it has enough poof on bottom to make a statement and suit a ballroom for the reception.
Cons: Train could be longer, although its not too bad. And I was never a huge fan of corset backs.
What do you think? I showed a picture of my top 2 contenders to Fiance and he said he liked this one more, but of course he has never actually seen it on me.
And this is its contender
Post # 3
You look incredible in both, but I love the second one. It’s so dramatic.
Post # 4
i love the second one.
you should put up a poll.
Post # 6
I think the first dress does more for your figure, you seem to get a little lost in the second one. Plus I haven’t seen the first one 5000 times whereas pretty much anything Vera Wang is very popular.
+1 for dress 1!
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - county fairgrounds
i love them both but the 1st one slightly more but i’m a huge fan of the corset back
Post # 8
First one shows off your figure more. Both dresses are pretty though!
Post # 9
I think the second one is much more flattering. But I generally hate drop waists, so take it with a grain of salt.
Post # 10
You look beautiful in both gowns, but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE (and voted for) the second one! It’s gorgeous and dramatic. I love everything about it — the design, the shape, the bling, the front, the back, the covered buttons, the diagonal ruching, the skirt, and, especially, the flowers on the side!!
Post # 11
I think number one really shows off your figure, so I like it a bit better.
Post # 12
I like dress 1 better on you!
Post # 13
I really like you in both! I think the first one really shows off your figure and you could make it your own with a blingy belt and some nice jewelry
Post # 14
The first one flatters you more.
Post # 15
First one hands down. Not only is it more flattering on you, but it’s so soft and feminine! I think it’s lovely for a winter wedding.
Post # 16
@ms.sara: It is very dramatic and the train is so long!
@Brielle: It is a beautiful gown, but I am wondering if the first one suits a”winter” wedding more?
I feel like the neckline of the first is more flattering too
@Jamcnair: Can a sash/belt be worn with a corset back? I am just wondering how it would look…