Post # 1
Hi Bees! I posted a few months ago asking for some opinions on dresses and I’m back after having tried a couple more with another poll! I got some really great feedback last time and really apreciated your honest opinions, so thank you very much for that. I’ve included a couple of new ones with a couple of the previous ones as well.
I will be getting married in a gothic-style manor house in the Highlands of Scotland where there will be a loch, los of trees and moountains in the background. The ceremony will be outdoors next to the loch, trees etc. (If it doesn’t rain a lot!). It will only be a small wedding (40ish people) but I do want an amazing dress!
Thank you in advance once again for voting and any opinions you may have!
2. Desdemona (this will be a bespoke dress so it is photoshopped… but you get the idea!)
Post # 2
I really love most of these on you but Cher is my favorite!
Post # 3
Desdemona looks best, IMO. some look like tablecloths and I despise the two at the bottom (I’m not a fan of the boob slit trend). I’d keep looking anyway but bear that one in mind. Also I wasn’t sure what you meant by its being photoshopped – did you not get to try it on? Just pasted a photo over yourself or something? That might change my opinion.
Post # 4
I voted for 1 and 4 but you look stunning in all of them. Also, your wedding sounds absolutely breathtaking.
Post # 5
Juliet is stunning on you, but Alex is my second favourite
Post # 6
Alex is the most flattering on you. I feel as though the pleats on the skirt slim you while providing volume. It gives you good breast support too. Normally I’m drawn to lace but the simplicity of Alex really suits you. It could be dressed up with a lacy veil. Looking at all the pictures you look a whole dress size smaller in Alex. The cut seems to have a slenderising effect around your waist which contrasts so well with your voluptuous cleavage (lucky you!). Your wedding sounds magical
Post # 7
Getting married in a gothic-style manor in the highlands of Scotland?
Go for the dress that has drama to match the setting, in my opinion. Love the idea of the Desdemona… don’t really understand what you mean by it being photoshopped but I’m a fan of the idea you posted. Long train, long veil, flowing, beautiful. Then consider bustling or getting a separate reception dress for after the ceremony?
Post # 8
hikingbride : Thank you very much for your opinion on the dresses!
skunktastic : I also don’t like the boob-slit trend so would be having the bust closed up if there was a slit. What I meant by that it was photoshopped was that the original top of the dress had thin straps and a deep plunging neckline so I photoshopped it to how I would actually have it made if I were to have it. Thanks for your thoughts!
NikkiBee18 : Thank you for your lovely comments and opinions on the dresses!
misstomrsbee : Thanks for your thoughts on the dresses!
observer : Thank you for your kind comments! I do agree that the Alex dress is very slimming. I’m losing weight at the moment so I’m hoping all of the dresses will look better on me by the time the big day comes!
mnk88 : Thank you for your thoughts! I agree, a bit of drama would be perfect I think. I photoshopped the dress to be strapless and to give it a sweetheart neckline as opposed to a deep plunge which it originally had. Luckily I would be able to make those changes to the dress which is great!
Post # 9
CHER. For sure.
My second choice is Lulu but I acidentally clicked Emma.. so disregard 1 Emma vote!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2018 - Tizer Gardens/Carroll College
I’m not a fan of Juliet or the Emma – they are trying too hard in the breast area, and you’ll be trying to tuck yourself back in all night.
I think Cher is just perfect and is totally the best dress you listed.
Post # 11
If it has to be one of them I’d pick the Cher but I honestly think you can find something better, I’m not absolutely crazy about the way any of these dresses cut you. I think you may suit a dress with a dropped waist a bit better but that’s just my opinion.