Post # 1
Silk Organza fit-and-flare bridal gown has asymmetrical ruching on the sweetheart bodice and throughout the hips. Choose from individually hand printed lilac design on ivory silk, or classic style with no print. Lace up or zip up back. Organza Swarovski crystal beaded waist sash available separately.
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I’m really not sure, it’s a pretty standard dress without the print, but I’m not sure if I like the print, especially with the current placement
Post # 4
I think that, without the print, the dress would be beautiful.
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2017 - Looking - Again...
I tend to agree that he print detracts from the beauty of the dress
Post # 8
I actually think the print adds a bit of oomph to an otherwise very common satin dress. I think it’s beautiful!
Post # 9
no print, it looks like it got accidently dirty with the print!
Post # 10
The print makes it look like something horrible was spilled on a quite pretty dress….
Post # 11
That print just looks so random. Like they made a mistake but just decided to leave it there.
Post # 12
I like the print – I would wear a sash with dark silver/gray silk or beading with it to tie in with the bottom of the gown!
Post # 13
Hmmm I think it might be one of those dresses I’d just need to see on a real bride to tell. I’m leaning more to the no side thou but would possibly change my mind seeing it on a real bride!
Post # 14
I like that it is something different, but I’m not sure if it goes well dress that dress. But if you like it, go for it!! 🙂
Post # 15
@futuremrsk18: I agree, the print makes the dress stand apart from many other which are like it.
I think you may need to see the print on your body in order to make a decision. Many things don’t look the same in stock photos as they do regularly.