Post # 17
Your figure looks awesome in that mermaid/trumpet style of dress. You’ve definitely picked the right cut for your body!
I did pick ‘Keep looking’ though as you just never know, THE dress might just be in the next shop! But I would stick with the mermaid style.
Oh, and I preferred the 2nd option. It’s just so sleek and sexy!
Post # 18
The lazaro will look stunning on you. Having worked in a bridal store I have gotten good at visualizing thing as if they really fit. Girl you will look stunning in that dress. It was a made for you =)
Post # 19
You look fantastic in both. I have to say, I’m a big fan of the Hjelm dress. But keep looking if nothing’s spoken to you.
Post # 20
i would def go try on more dresses just because you can… enjoy it, you only get to do it once! but i do love the Jim Hjelm on you! def keep that in the running! it looks gorgeous on you!
Post # 21
WOW! You look amazing in both, but the Jim Hjelm is screaming your name!!!! It fits and flatters you perfectly!!! Whereas, the rouching on the Lazaro distracts from your beautiful curves.
Post # 22
I love the lazaro. The texture really makes it gorgeous!
Post # 23
I say keep looking. You look good in the Jim Hjelm and I think the Lazaro would have the same fit but would look softer and more elegant.
Post # 24
Wow!! The second one is amazing! Has just enough of everything and not too much! You are gorgeous!!
Post # 25
I voted for the Jim Hjelm – looks great on you and I personally prefer the smoother fabric.
Post # 26
I love the Jim Hjelm on you – looks amazing and highlight your great figure! I’d look a little bit more if you are just starting though, so you don’t feel like you rushed into anything later. It is good to have that option there in your mind though 🙂
Post # 27
I love the Jim Hjelm on you, its gorgeous!
Post # 28
@MASPA: Hi. I went to La Bella Moda in Conshohcken, Pa.
Post # 29
Out of the two I liked dress two better. However I voted to keep looking. Your wedding is a year and a half away, so many more gowns will be designed. Wait and go back shopping in 6 months time. This is how many brides end up with dress regret, they shop too early and fall in love with another dress they love better closer to their wedding.
Have you got a venue and theme yet. You shouldn’t choose a dress until you have these two things worked out, that way you are buying a dress that suits the venue and theme of your wedding. Again many brides buy a dress before doing that first.
You only get married once, enjoy the dress shopping experience and look around for a while to make sure your not missing the one.
Post # 30
how smokes, the jim is spectacular on your body. i love simple dresses without too much beading or texture but that are still unique… this one is perfect. seriously… i think you found your dress!
Post # 31
I love the Jim Hjelm on you – absolutely GORGEOUS!
That being said, I noticed your wedding isn’t until September 2013 – unless the dress is going out of stock soon, I would hold off for a while yet before purchasing a dress. I bought too early (13 months before the wedding) and there were sooooooo many dresses I saw afterwards that I wish I had tried on! Dress regret can be a real bummer, even if you originally loved your dress. Just don’t rush into anything until you’re 100% positive!
ETA: Just want to reiterate that the Jim Hjlem is just spectacular on you!