Post # 16
It’s not my personal style- but it’s not cute or tacky- I would say it’s busy. There is a lot going on. I like the skirt, but not the drop waist. It doesn’t say timless classic wedding dress to me, it says hey I bought this dress in 2015 when that was popular.
Post # 17
Not cute nor tacky. I feel like the dress cuts you off and does nothing for your figure.
Post # 18
Nice dress, but not flattering on you as is.
Post # 19
I tried this dres on too, and let me tell you, it looks 100000% better on you than me! It’s still wouldn’t be my favorite choice, but if you love it then that’s what matters!
Post # 20
I don’t know if it’s just the camera angles, but this dress makes your legs look very short in comparison to your torso. From the looks of the different shots, you have a really cute petite figure, and you should flaunt that, but this dress doesn’t do you justice.
Post # 21
i would say you can do a bit better on the dress. You have a gorgeous face and hair. Something like a empire or natural waist dress would be very flattering I think!
Post # 23
I like the dress itself but I agree with everyone who has said it cuts you off at a strange spot that may not be the most flattering
Post # 24
This style of dress only really works if your 6 foot. And i know because mines a similar style with the cut off style, with my heels on i’m 6’1 and can only just get away with it (on the reverse the naural waist dresses made me look weird!)
Post # 25
I don’t like the drop waist on you, it makes you look short. A dress with a natural waist would look better.
Post # 26
It has a lot going on. The beading all the way past the hips as well as the skirt and the train looks like too much to me. That beading is BRIGHT and loud. I would continue looking.
Post # 27
- Wedding: September 2016 - Simsbury 1820 House
It doesn’t look right on your figure whatsoever.
Post # 28
Not tacky, but a natural waist dress would look better.
Post # 29
My first post on weddingbee… just to give my 2 cents on your dress!
The dress itself is beautiful and I love the beading on you. But the propotions are off. You need to raise the start of the skirt about 3 or 4 inches. Where it hits now makes the bodice too long and the skirt makes your legs look short.
If you love the dress… and it is beautiful on its own!….see about altering it by raising taking off about 3-4 inches at the bottom of the bodice.
Post # 30
thank you all for taking the time to cmment..so helpful!!