Post # 1
My dress is Eve of Milady E16, pictured here with a badly MS paint-ed belt added. I have been kind of meh recently about the dress, as it doesn’t have any flow-y or romantic details, ala Mrs. Cowboy Boot, and we are getting married outside. I was thinking of ordering a belt sililar to the one pictured. What do you bees think?
Post # 3
It looks great as it is, but if that might be the extra addition that will make you feel extra happy about your dress, go for it!!!
Post # 4
LOVE LOVE LOVE that belt!!! At first when i read your poll and saw your dress I thought, meh, maybe a belt, but it doesn’t necessarily need one.
NOW, since I’ve seen the belt you’ve chosen, I’ve decided that you MUST use that fabulous belt!!! It is so special and I think it would add something spectacular to the dress. I say go for it!
Post # 5
Oooh! I love this belt.. what a way to really make the dress unique to you!!
Post # 6
I’m in looooove with that belt! =) I say buy it!
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I don’t think the dress needs a belt… but I like the one you posted if you really want a belt. 🙂
Post # 8
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
That is a really pretty belt, I looove fabric flowers!
Post # 9
What if you affixed the belt to the seam between the boddice and the skirt (at your hips).
I think it would take away from the style of the dress if you put it at your natural waist.
Post # 10
If you want to add the belt, go for it! The dress is gorgeous on its own though!
Post # 11
- Wedding: April 2010 - Signature Events
That belt is so pretty! I really think your dress can stand alone, but I’d be curious to see the two together.
Post # 12
LOVE that belt (and the dress)!!! You could always wear it for one part of the day if you are still torn (i.e. ceremony or reception) or all day and you would look fab either way!
Post # 13
I really like the belt itself, but I’m uncertain about the placement of it. I’m not sure it would look right to have it at your natural waistline, when your dress has a dropped waist already. Maybe instead of a belt you could just add a fabric flower brooch to the side of the dropped waist.
Post # 14
Could you try the dress with the belt and see how it works? I absolutely love the look of it, but am with Tulip when I’m not certain about the placement on your dress, and it’s so gorgeous as is!
Post # 15
I think that belt is raelly pretty and I would love to see a pic with it with the dress (I have a hard time picturing things like that – I need to see it).
Post # 16
I say go for it, but I’m going to be the rebel and say that I hate that belt. I don’t know what it is about it, but it’s just… I dont know. I just don’t like it.
If YOU like it, then go for it, though.