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Post # 2
I love it and it looks amazing on you.
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2017 - Poppy Ridge Golf Course
You look incredible in that dress, please get it! Unless you aren’t completely comfortable in it. You shouldn’t pass on it based on anyones opinion except your own.
Post # 4
The overall shape is great on you! The neckline is a little less “bridal” In My Humble Opinion. Do you plan on trying on any sweetheart necklines in a trumpet or mermaid style? I feel like you would knock that sort of style out of the park!
Def keep this in the running though.
Post # 5
If the proper size brings the neckline up a bit higher, I would love it. But for a formal wedding, the exaggerated neckline doesn’t seem to fit, to me anyway.
I do love the back. It’s gorgeous!!
Post # 6
I think you have the figure to pull it off, and if you love it, you should get it.
It’s not my taste personally (but then I have an aversion to silver/grey rhinestones against white material – just me) and I feel that it is too plunging and a bit too ‘sexy’ considering you say you’re having a formal country club wedding. But if you feel confident in it, then by all means go all out!
Post # 7
your body is amaze and is perfect for this gown! if you love it, go for it.
Post # 8
You you look amazing but I get a cocktail party /prom vibe from it, even when you wear a veil with it. Because you look so good in it I think you should definitely keep it for your rehearsal party if you are having one!
Post # 9
I don’t mind it. But it doesn’t feel like a formal country club wedding dress. It seems like a 70s disco dress to me. While pretty, not exactly your theme. We got married at our country club and had a “formal” dress code. I don’t think I would have been comfortable showing that much for our wedding venue and vibe though.
Post # 10
I already saw a woman buy this dress in an episode of ‘Say yes to the dress’! I fell in love with it instantly! It is amazing, so elegant, and just the right amount of bling and everything! I’d totally get it, if I were you!
Post # 11
you can defo pull it off! stunning 🙂
Post # 12
its stunning… I personally dislike huge uncomfortable disney inspired ballgowns (and have no idea where the idea that they are traditional comes from) and think this is effortless, timeless and show stopping
you will look very bridal on your day
Post # 13
It’s definitely on the sexy side of bridal, but if your vision is more knockout bride instead of princess bride, then go for it! It’s a gorgeous dress.
Post # 14
I like it on you. If you like the sexy bride look then you can get away with it no problems! The front view is really great.
The only thing I’d add is that I have heard Pnina Tornai is expensive and I don’t think this dress really looks like an expensive dress. It’s probably down to the plain straps at the back, the way they attach slightly clunkily to the neckpiece at the nape of the neck, and the slightly abrupt cluster of beads on the back- it looks like they are not quite symetrically placed and I think they need to go all the way up the material withut leaving that little ivory bit of material between your skin and the beading…… just little things that lack the perfect flow you’d expect from a high end designer. So I’d be reluctant to spent more than, say $1750 on it, maximum. If it was an Allure, Mori Lee or Maggie Sottero well under $2000 I’d say to go for it. I am nitpicking as it does look great generally, but it depends how much you are spending.
Post # 15
- Wedding: September 2017 - Mississauga Convention Centre
I really love this dress on you, its stunning. Its a gorgeous. I also got a Pnina Tornei wedding gown