Post # 1
So after going shopping my first time yesterday, I found that the only cut that really fits me well is the dropped waist a-line. I found one I love, but I want to see more to see what’s out there. Show me yours!
(Mine’s not available online, but it’s very similar to the Allure 8815, if it were a-line and not mermaid)
Post # 3
i chose the casablanca 1827 which is technically a drop waste, although i went in saying i didnt want a drop waste. either way, i freaking love this dress!
Post # 4
Mine is more of a ballgown and the dropped waist isn’t terribly dramatic, but here it is.
Post # 5
My dress is Maggie Sottero’s ‘Isadora’. Here’s me in the too-small sample (I can’t wait to go for my final fitting–I have to remember my camera, this time!):
Post # 6
This is a little more ball gown but yes I agree the dropped waist is most flattering on me too.
Post # 7
my dress is maggie sottero jovi 🙂
Post # 8
such beautiful dresses! i love them! any more??
Post # 9
I have a short torso, so a dropped-waist dress looks better on me than most other styles. It’s more of a ballgown than an a-line dress but oh well…
Post # 10
This my dropped-waist a-line, Mon Cheri Killian:
Post # 12
Not sure if it’s considered a-line or what but it has a drop waist and it’s the one Im saying yes to !
Post # 13
@kayrae: It is and that dress is beautiful!! designer??
Post # 14
@kayrae: your dress is one of the loveliest dresses on here..whose it by?
Post # 16
@futuremrsk18: Thanks it is Bonny Bridal I believe. But I ended up not going back to order it and bought Pronovias Pascua instead so now I have “officially” said yes to a dress