(Closed) Showing cleavage in wedding dress – what are your thoughts?

posted 7 years ago in Dress
  • poll: Would you show cleavage in wedding dress?
    Absolutely - if you've got it, flaunt it! : (46 votes)
    13 %
    No - it's not appropriate for a wedding : (68 votes)
    19 %
    Maybe - so long as its tasteful : (241 votes)
    68 %
  • Post # 62
    Member
    2091 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: September 2014

    Cleavage is fine as long it is not bubbling over… Those pics are ridiculous. You can be sexy without being slutty; there is a difference! If you have big knockers, you can’t hide them, so oh well…

    Post # 63
    Member
    1364 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: October 2013

     I have DDD and am showing a little but I have an illusion top so you can’t really see much if you look through the illusion

     

    Post # 64
    Member
    6560 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: February 1997

    A small amount is fine, but I have always been of the opinion that less is better. Guests often agonize about what to wear and don’t want to show cleavage and feel compelled to choose a shrug or something to cover the shoulders if the ceremony is held in a church, and then to see a bride flaunting strapless AND cleavage just seems like too much. The point of a wedding in my eyes has always been to look pretty, but not sexy, but everyone is different, I guess.

    Post # 65
    Member
    926 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: November 1999

    @echomomm:  That’s true. Everyone has different ideas of what constitutes sexy and what is inappropriate. One of the previous posters mentioned they thought backless dresses were tacky but I would disagree. The same would apply for cleavage. Where people draw the line depends what people are used to and are comfortable with.

    Post # 66
    Member
    9095 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: December 2012

    As long as it is tasteful, there is no issue with it. Some women can’t help it unless they want to wear a turtleneck wedding dress.

    But, if you’re going to show it, there is a such thing as too much. I’m there to see you, not your boobs.

    Post # 67
    Member
    799 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: September 2014

    I hate it, any of it, but i am ULTRA modest…

    Post # 68
    Member
    1245 posts
    Bumble bee

    Hyperventilate:  I think sometimes even a turtle neck over a large bust draws a lot attention… if you’re busty you just can’t help it!

    I voted tasteful, I think my dress will end up showing cleavage for sure… I know SO loves it haha and I’d like to look sexy this time around.

    Post # 69
    Member
    732 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: September 2014

    robynrox47:  Couldn’t agree more! I am petite but quite “busty”, as are all the women in my family and it drives us all crazy. A high neckline can definitely make it worse and turtlenecks are pretty much off limits! Even high v-neck t-shirts show some cleavage which can be – awkward – depending on the situation. Having big boobs is fun and a blessing but it’s also a royal pain in the ass at times.

    Post # 70
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    4 posts
    Wannabee

    Magdalena00784:  earlier on I have  uploaded pics of Ellis romantica collection model and my own pics in the same dress. When I was buying the dress v neck looked like on the model and dress seemed too big in few places but after alterations and with different bra I ended up with what’s on our picture – I regretted having push up bra and up to now I’m confused about how low cleavage was. If you have second thoughts go for less rather than more – now it’s too late and I can’t cover it – plus on some pics it looked less and some it was popping out depending on my position. I know the rest of dress was very covered but I still wish boobies where a bit more in rather than out (-; 

    Post # 71
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    1243 posts
    Bumble bee

    I’d have cleavage even in a turtleneck, so… :::kanye shrugs:::  There’s gonna be a world of it in my wedding dress. And I’m unbothered by it. 

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