Post # 1
Hey bees, what do you think of this? I am having my dress altered soon…it will pretty much be custom made, because the top can be made into whatever I want it to be. I came across this picture and was speechless. It’s beautiful, but…I have big boobs lol. Do you think it’s too much?
Post # 3
The dress is so beautiful, but YES, your boobs would be hanging out. Not classy, IMO. Could you consider adding more material on the halter/bodice?
Post # 4
I don’t know… what bra would you wear? I’m a D and I definitely couldn’t wear that.
Post # 5
Way to revealing for me. Your a bride and need to dress appropriately. The only time a bride can wear something revealing and showing off the girls is on her hens night.
Post # 6
I think it is a little much, in my opinion. Even if one were really flat-chested, I’d still feel quite awkward looking at a bride dressed that way on her wedding day. I’m pretty sure my dad would have not approved either. Having said that, I DO like the flowy botttom….maybe just a bit more coverage up top??
Post # 7
It’s a beautiful dress but I have to say it is pretty revealing… it depends on what sort of effect you are going for, honestly. My aunt (the woman who married my uncle) got married in a similarly revealing dress and to be honest, when people talk about their wedding, that’s what they remember (and it’s been at least 8 or 9 years since) – not the lovely ceremony or reception (which was small and simple but beautiful) but how revealing the dress she wore was. So I would just keep that in mind – it might make a bigger impact than you are anticipating.
Post # 8
For your size chest I would say yes. I’m sure you cn talk to the semstress about your worries and show her this picture and she cn figure something out.
Post # 9
No, not appropriate if you’re top heavy. That dress style works best for the A-cup ballerina body types, not us curvy ladies.
Post # 10
Yeah, honestly, I agree. I was just curious to see what everyone else though. So, what do you girls think of a top like this? I really love it.
is that still too much boobage?
Post # 11
That one’s beautiful!! I love the sleeves. I think that’s totally workable – much easier with that dress (and maybe a little alteration) to show some cleavage but not too much.
Post # 12
No please do not wear that dress. It strays far from classy or wedding appropriate
Post # 13
@KatyElle: I agree
Unless you have fake breasts. LOL.
Post # 14
I think it would only look right on someone with an A cup. I’m a B cup and I would be WAY too paranoid to wear something like that.
If someone with your cup size would wear that I feel like it would look like you were trying to fit into a top that was way too small. You would probably look much better in something that flatters your upper half better.
It looks like you have an awesome hour glass figure so I would go with something that flatters your whole body, not just something that’s like “BAM BOOBS” lol
And the 2nd dress is MUCH prettier anyway!
Post # 15
It’s still a lot of cleavage, but it looks like it holds in the girls better.
Post # 16
@mwitter80: The guests would be seeing a whole lotta side-boob!