Post # 3
I like it without the sash
Post # 4
@Pinkdragon: I like it better without! 😉
Post # 5
@Pinkdragon: I voted no sash. Although I think if you wanted to do a sash, you should pick one that mimics the beading at the top of your dress. The flower looks a little out of place.
Post # 6
I voted for no sash. If you really want to use the sash – maybe try to wear it with the flower off center!
Post # 7
I think that a blingy sash would be really pretty! But the floral sash looks very…. Informal? Compared to your dress!
Post # 8
I agree with the other bees sash only if it’s blingy.
Post # 9
No sash I think. You have a wonderfully slim figure (I’m jealous!) and I think a sash overpowers your tiny waist and cuts you in half. Your dress is already quite dramatic and doesn’t need it I think.
Post # 11
@Pinkdragon: better without THAT sash but could still be good with one.
Post # 12
@Pinkdragon: I think it looks great without the sash. I don’t think that a sash would look bad but I would say definetly not that particular sash. If you do a sash, do as PP said and do something blingy that matches with the beading at the top of the dress!
Post # 13
thanks bees for your opinions. I did try bling sash and it made my upper part look really short( space from the bling top to bling sash) . so, I try flowers lol. I think I go without sash though.
Post # 14
@Pinkdragon: I like the idea of a shash with this dress, just not the shash in the photo – I agree with PP that it sould mimic the top beading of the dress more. The flowers seem mismatched and out of place.
Post # 15
It looks beautiful without the sash! 🙂
Post # 16
- Wedding: December 2014 - 13th ~ TN
@Pinkdragon: I like sashes. I know I am in the minority but I like something that defines the waist. Especially when you have a little one like yours.