Post # 1
Hi Bees~ I have first eye-on the Enzoani Dakota, but it’s out of m :(. Have searched for alternatives that demonstrate the same beauty of a lace mermiad!!
Now down to Maggie Sottero Charisse and Mori Lee 1862!! They have pretty much the same silhouettes, but different neckline and laces.
I prefer Maggie’s soft sweetheart neckline, but like Mori Lee’s laces more…
Am torn between the two now… please help me out!
Maggie Sottero Charisse
Mori Lee 1862
Post # 3
@tochristina: I’m a maggie girl myself so a little biased lol but I love the back on the maggie as well with the sash. They are both beautiful dresses so I’m sure which ever one you pick you will look lovely but the maggie just tops it for me
Post # 4
@tochristina: I vote for the Mori Lee. I love the Mori Lee’s lace pattern, as well. I really like the deep v back (which is very figure-flattering). Also, you can always have your seamstress deepen the sweetheart and then stitch lace edging along the bustline if you want that softer, eyelash lace look.
The Sottero is also quite lovely, I’m just not a fan of corset backs and the lace pattern isn’t as pretty to me.
Post # 5
@tochristina: im a mori lee girl i love that dress and love the key hole back stunning!!!!
Post # 6
I vote Mori Lee, that’s a beautiful dress. I like that the lace appliques are a little sparser on the bottom of the skirt, and I’m partial to portrait backs like that, or whatever they’re called.
Post # 7
@MlleFabuleux: I agree that the deep-v back is totally a head-turning desgin!! and corset is not appealing to me neither.
I am just not sure if seamstress can fix the plunge of m neckline and turn it to a soft sweet heart, which looks like more fabric is need to do so 🙁
Post # 8
Definitely Mori Lee for me! Love the laces and I’ve just paid my deposit few days ago! 😀