Post # 32
I actually like yours better – and I think it will better withstand the test of time. The second one has that stuff on the bottom that is really trendy right now, but, so help me, every time I look at it I can’t help but think “another tragic victim of a toilet paper attack.” I seriously think that in a few years people are going to look back and wonder “Why was that so popular?”
Post # 33
@BookishBelle: omg CAN’T UNSEE!!!!!!
if you can’t afford another dress, then stop looking girl! It will only serve as torture. On the plus side, the dress you’re coveting is so similar to your own dress, and personally, I think yours is more classic. Go try on your own dress again and fall in love. There’s a reason you picked it 🙂
Post # 34
@lulubird: You look beautiful!!! It is not unflattering on you at all! I think it’s just too big. But thank you so much for sharing. 🙂
Hahahaha omgggg I think the same when I look at those dresses (though they are a step up from the vajay dresses) so I have no idea why I am attracted to this one :P. Maybe it’s because the bottom looks a bit like VW Gemma?
Hmmm that’s an idea! I’m gonna bring that up to the seamstress and see what she says. Thank you! 🙂
Hahahah you’re hilarious.
Ok. I think dress regret is over. I picked what I picked for a reason, it made me feel good. The end. Oy me and my “what if” personality.
Thank you guys you are truly the bestest!
Post # 35
I don’t understand… you can’t afford a new dress, your dress is non-refundable… sooooo why would you try it on?
Your dress and hte new dress are almost the same! I say, stop looking! your dress is gorgeous!
Post # 36
@stargurl101: Haha. I know, i know. I’m silly :P. Thanks so much for helping me realize how nutty I’m being 😛
Post # 37
I guess that I am going to go against the grain. I had dress regret and went ahead and got the one that I REALLY wanted and sold the first one. I am so glad that I did.. otherwise, I would have been thinking “what if” and “if only”. Only you know what’s best for you. I LOVE the second dress. Even though it is similar to your dress, I can certainly see why you are attracted to the second one.
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@Mimoza: i have to say i like the dress you got way better then the one you want to try on ; )
Post # 41
@Mrs Canuck: Right? thank you lol I was so happy when I bought it. I just need to hang on to that feeling!
Thank you! 🙂 To both your posts!! hahah
Post # 42
They are very similar. I think you could go try it on and hopefully see how alike they are and not worth the extra money!! good luck : )
Post # 43
@Mimoza: They’re similar but still different. I really liked the model picture, but when a bee posted her pic of the dress I didn’t like it as much. You could try it on to get it out of your head, but then be prepared for the consequences. There’s always going to be another dress that you like and will look good on you so don’t feel you’re missing out by not having the Kittcychen.
Post # 44
@Mimoza: ooh…yours is prettier. easy vote for me. 🙂
Post # 45
@Mimoza: I’m a Divina bride & this Kitty Chen dress made me have SERIOUS dress regret. A store in my town had the dress but I stayed away. I didn’t want to go through the hassle of selling my Divina, etc. Now that alterations are complete, my Divina looks SO different from the other Divinas on this site because it is made FOR ME! Stick with your dress. It’s beautiful 🙂
Post # 46
@CatyLady: totally agree I think I’m going to stay away from other dresses alltogether! Haha. Like you said, there is always something better out there!
thanks hun 🙂
but the divina is sooooo much prettier!! The top of this one would be perfect if it had divina’s rouching – and not this criss cross thing going on. Im so glad you’re in love with your dress!