Post # 62
With that high low gone it looks much better!!! 🙂
Post # 63
oh that is wonderful! Do you guys resale or keep them all? That dress does look similar but the bottom of mine is much fuller and has a long train that can be bustled I got rid of the high low also which I really didn’t like
Post # 64
thank you for your opinion. The thing is I don’t really have curves bc I am thin and I had my heart set on a mermaid style since I did the whole ball gown thing for prom in high school years ago. And I really don’t like slinky sheath dresses on my figure It really gives me no shape. I wasn’t trying to get defensive I do appreciate the honesty I guess I just didn’t think it was as bad as some people are saying it is. its a dress, it’s white, it has a train.. but I think people can’t get past the bling on it which is trendy and the high low which is gone now. but I also didn’t consider the fact that I love pnina tornai gowns and 90% of The women on the bee hate her dresses.
Post # 65
thank you! 🙂
thank you I was in high school just a few years ago too so I agree. the big trend right now for wedding dresses is lace so that may be another factor of why people dislike it/feel it’s unbridal.
Post # 67
I think it’s awesome. I am also not a traditional ball gown type girl though!
Post # 68
I love Pnina Tornai, especially her 2014 collection, but I’ve never seen this gown.
I think pinning the hi low was a mistake. I’ve seen plenty of hi low wedding gowns and I think they are gorgeous. Some housewife chick just wore one. I think the style is appropriate for a “blingy” wedding.
The dress just doesn’t look good on you. Your torso is too short for it and the hi low is sitting too low, giving it a drooping effect. The train is fine, and the bling. I think you just need an alterations appointment.