Post # 1
Well… this is my 3rd dress and I just love it. I’ve always liked clothes, so it really didn’t surprise my family when I was an indecisive bride 😉
But I LOVE this dress… I never, ever want to take it off.
It’s a Priscilla of Boston that I bought on preownedweddingdresses.com
What do you think? (ignore the wrinkles. It just needs to be steamed)
Post # 3
Adorable! It makes your waist teeny tiny!
Post # 4
Very pretty on you! I love the natural waist and the simplicity of the dress. I am not into too much bling on a wedding dress anyway. It flatters your figure nicely.
Post # 5
Thank you!! My first 2 dresses were empire wasted and then flowy and I just realized I felt kinda frumpy, ya know? I’m not the tallest person in the world, so I think proportion is key!
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
Ohmigosh, it’s gorgeous!! I hope you stick with this one bc it is divine!
Post # 7
I think your dress is beautiful!
Post # 8
I absolutely love it! You look gorgeous!
Post # 9
Lovely..very suiting for you
Post # 10
Very pretty dress.. It looks great on you
Post # 11
Love this dress! Looks great on you 🙂
Post # 12
GORGEOUS! I love it. Priscilla of Boston is a great designer.
Are you going to wear a crinoline under it to make it more ballgown?
Post # 13
So pretty! And I agree with MissAsb, how tiny is you waist girl, 20″?? I think this is the perfect balance between pretty empire waist sheath dress and a more formal, blinged-out ballgown. I was initially going for empire sheath dresses too when I realized they just didn’t feel dazzling enough for the sort of wedding I was envisioning, and this is just the sort of dress that I might have gone for had I not fallen in love with something a bit different!
Love it, it’s going to look great once the wrinkles are out (I mean, it already looks incredible).
Post # 14
OH LOVE! On teensy yet well-proportioned gals like you, I LOVE the tiny top and full skirt. It’s my FAVE dress style!!!!!!! A+++++
Post # 16
Ahhh! Thank you EVERYONE!!! ^_^ The dress is totally the best part of a wedding, no??
Miss-Spunkin– I hadn’t even thought of that!! Oh what a wonderful excuse to try it on again 😉
And I have to give major props to the structure of this dress… the tiny waist is basically built in. There is absolutely NO give to the bodice fabric!