Post # 31
You look stunning in that gown–it really accentuates your great body! If it’s in your budget, you loved it, and felt good in it, then you should get it. Also,I think different beading would look nicer on it, and you may as well request exactly what you want if you decide to spring for a Pnina gown!
Post # 32
I seem to be going against the grain here but I think you can do a lot better! I don’t think it’s appropriate for the type of wedding you say you’re having.
Post # 33
It’s your wedding and if the dress makes you feel fabulous, then it’s the one. I think I am the only person on the planet who doesn’t like Pnina Tornei, so it is not a dress I would ever choose. But, I’ve had my wedding and I’m sure most would not have chosen my dress….so go for it!
Post # 34
You look absolutely stunning and have a figure to die for.
However I think it is a little too revealing – you could definitely do better 🙂
Post # 35
I originally voted “yes” in this poll, but then I went back and saw your post with the Pronovias. I really, really love the Pronovias on you–that dress gets my vote over this one! But really, you look beautiful in both.
I do also think this dress will look formal and bridal once you’re a bride in a formal setting–if that makes sense.
Post # 36
I think you have a really gorgeous shape and the gown is very flattering in that respect, but I don’t care for it at all. It looks cheap and the proportions are weird. (Of the dress, not your body.) I hate it ESPECIALLY for a formal country club wedding. I wouldn’t say you have to get a lace and tulle ballgown like everyone else ever, you can still go sexy, but I just don’t think it would work at all.
Post # 37
I dislike it for a formal wedding, and I agree with 70s disco that someone else said. Perhaps if the V wasn’t so drastic in the front I would warm up to it more.
I think you should keep looking,b ut I dont think you should buy lace, if you HATE lace, and I kinda get the feeling you do. There must be something else out there.
Post # 38
Post # 39
That dress looks great on you but I hate the dress if that makes sense? I don’t like the bling on the back it looks like a blinged out thong. I think the shape is amazing on you I just don’t like the embellishments.
Post # 40
Very sexy, very red carpet, very ‘look at my body” (which is amazing) Very formal wedding? No.
Why? It’s major features are tinsel arrows pointing at the lady bits and bum-crack.
Post # 41
- Wedding: September 2016 - Birtsmorton Court, Worcestershire, UK
chrissytine : I think you can do much better. This shape looks wonderful on you (your body is insane!) so I think you should definitely go with something form fitting, but the materials just look cheap to me – and I know PT gowns are very expensive!
On a side note – if the cups are too big and the bottom too small, just who is this dress made for?!
Post # 43
I think you look gorgeous and it definitely works for a formal wedding. I don’t care much for the veil, though. Looking at your other dress posts, I’d love this or http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/i-think-i-found-my-dress-pics-3/
Post # 44
Thank you EVERYONE for your input. My rational side agrees with some of the negative feedback as far as it being a bit too sexy and non-traditional (the red carpet and Bond girl references were on point lol), but every time I look back at the pictures and videos on my phone I just love the way it looks and how I felt trying it on! Perhaps I’m confusing how much I love how I look/feel in it for actually being the best dress decision?
To the poster who recommended wearing it for rehearsal dinner – we aren’t having one, but if we were, this dress would be way too expensive! I wish!! 😳
Honestly I’ve tried on so many dresses and haven’t loved many for more than a day, so because I still love this dress I’m going to keep it under consideration but also wait for the beaded version of my Pronovias dress to come out to see how I like it.
Post # 45
Your body is to die for, but I don’t think this dress is the right one for a formal affair. To me it looks a bit cheap (though I’m sure it comes with a hefty price tag) and definitely not classy for a formal country club wedding. I am not a fan of silver/grey beading against a stark white gown, either. I think you can absolutely find a form-fitting dress with a bit more of a modest neckline and some more elegant beading. I really love the dress you posted previously.
ETA: Dress #3 from your PP. That dress is EVERYTHING.