(Closed) Second Reception Dress? Help!

posted 5 years ago in Dress
Post # 31
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1377 posts
Bumble bee

Dress #2 is gorgeous, but honestly, doesnt look any roomier than dress #1. Save yourself $500 and stick with your lovely first dress.

Post # 32
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266 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2017

Whether you need a second dress depends on the fit of your original dress, I was at a good friends wedding in October and she was in a gorgeous Maggie sottero fit and flare dress and it was beautiful and figure hugging, however, by about 9pm she was exhausted from sitting up straight due to the bonibg. She had a second dress which was more of a lacy maxi dress and she said it was the best thing she bought for her wedding. You could see the relief on he rface and she was able to let loose and dance until 1am. As such I am having 2 dresses, it’ll be a long and tiring day, often after a long day at work I’ll come home and change into a clmfier outfit, why not have 2 outfits for a long wedding day? Our ceremony is 12 in the afternoon and our reception runs until 1am. That’s 13 hours. I’ll have my day dress until after the first dance around 7.30pm then change for our ceilidh, which will be 3 hours of hardcore ceilidh dancing before a DJ at 10.30 when there will be more dancing. I think I’ll be glad of my tea length evening dress. Personal choice but a second dress is not as mad as it seems

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