(Closed) might have found the dress.*poll* comments please

posted 3 years ago in Dress
  • poll: which dress
    dress one : (22 votes)
    61 %
    dress two : (14 votes)
    39 %
  • Post # 2
    4042 posts
    Honey bee

    Looking at those gowns, and the settings in which they are photographed, absolutely nothing would lead me to believe they would be considered for a “rustic” wedding.

    Post # 4
    1740 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: September 2015

    cdpslh913059487:  they don’t scream typical rustic wedding to me but they both are gorgeous gown 

    Post # 5
    904 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: July 2014

    I read one of your other posts with the db dress you tried on but didnt want to purchade because it was $900…. im going to assume buying both of these is going to run you about the same in terms of price, but you still risk getting something completely different than you were expecting. personally i would shell out the $900 and get the db dress, it looked great on you and you know exactly what your paying for.

    Post # 6
    4783 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: June 2014

    cdpslh913059487:   When I think rustic I think of a lace tiered wedding dress.  I do like the color of the first one, though.    I agree with the above poster –  I think the ruffles might be a bit much and if your wedding is outside or in a barn setting I’m afraid you might end up with half a field in your dress.  What is your venue?  Is it outdoors?  

    Post # 9
    4042 posts
    Honey bee

    Definitely don’t buy/order 2 dresses, with the intention of selling one. It might take a long time to sell and you might get a fraction of your original price back.

    P.S. My cousin’s daughter is getting married at a day camp, with the reception in the barn. She’s wearing a short dress, although it has beading on it. I’m not too familiar with rustic weddings, otherwise.

    Post # 10
    7989 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper
    • Wedding: August 2012

    Please keep in mind that those images are stolen from the real designers. Your dress most likely will not look like that exact dress. The first one you posted is a Sophia Tolli dress.

    Post # 11
    582 posts
    Busy bee

    I love the colour of the first dress, but the style of either is also not my vision of “rustic”. Mind you, “rustic weddings” mean vastly different things to different people. Both of those are a lot of dress for an outdoor reception. Just because it’s tented, doesn’t mean it can’t be muddy…

    Post # 13
    582 posts
    Busy bee

    cdpslh913059487:  You definitely don’t seem to gravitate towards ‘rustic’, but that’s okay. I would only recommend ordering one dress though – pick one that you like and ideally that you’ve tried on.

    Post # 14
    81 posts
    Worker bee


    cdpslh913059487:  I agree with PP.  Those gowns are both beautiful, but they say glamorous to me rather than rustic.   In your follow up post, the first two look the most “rustic”; the others look more glam.   Nothing wrong with that.

    Post # 15
    3341 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island

    cdpslh913059487:  I love the first lace dress of the ones you’ve tried on and the very last A-line one.  I think both of those are prettier than the two you’ve listed in the first post.  

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