Post # 1
So as you might have already heard or seen, ive been looking EVERYWHERE for a lace bolero i can wear under my strapless dress due to the fact im a very busted lady >.< i wanted to be covered on my wedding day. If you havent seen already, heres my beautiful, timless dress
ya know, now that i think about it, i dont have a picture of me wearing just the dress, in this picture im wearing a lace jacket but this is the kinda look i want, but instead of the jacket, i want a bolero that i will slip under my dress, like this pictire below
i love how the top of the shoulders are showing off and i think i would feel way more comftable in this than an actural jacket.
heres a picture of my lace, theres a black shirt behind it so you can see the ellegant detail.
heres the lace i found on ebay for only $28!!!
so ladys!, does it match?!?!?!
Post # 7
do you think it will stay under?
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
I’d get it made like this (so it covers your boobs, and is like a crop top):
Then… put your bra on, then put the bolero on, THEN put the dress on. I envision it like wearing a t-shirt under a tank top (you know how some mormon or otherwise conservative girls do that?).
I think it could work.
Post # 10
a bolero can either be a jacket which is what im wearing with my dress in the firs picture or it can be a slip on thing that goes undr or over your dress. like the picture above
Post # 11
yeah lol thats probably how ill do it 🙂 thanks
Post # 12
So I just want to warn you that with the off the shoulder top you can barely move your arms. I couldn’t move my arms higher than my shoulders. So for dancing and raising your arms its a problem, haha. Of course mine was super fitted so if it’s a biit looser you may have a bit more movement. I absolutely looove hte look but I removed mine after the ceremony so I could move around! haha
Here’s a pic of what I had made for me:
You can see in the above pic when I put my arms up a bit the whole top comes up 🙂
Post # 13
i love your pictures :0 thanks for the advice though 🙂