(Closed) Sigh…why do I continue to look at dresses when I have one?

posted 5 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
54 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

The new dress is so pretty but I love love LOVE your dress! Hands down. I did the same thing once I bought my dress I pined after other ones, but I stayed strong and kept my original 🙂

Post # 5
397 posts
Helper bee

@NurseMandie:  I keep doing the same thing.  I think a big part of it is being in a limbo with the dress.  

So much emphasis is put on the dress that once you have it and need to wait for the alterations, even though there is so much to do for the wedding and day to day life, one of the things a girl is suppose to focus on is out of reach temporarily.

Both dresses are gorgeous, I love your but can see how you would drool over the other!!

Post # 6
2890 posts
Sugar bee

@NurseMandie:  You gave me dress regret again. That 2nd dress is everything I was looking for (except it does not have lace, but still that’s the silhouette and style I had in mind all the while, haha !) We’re on the same boat ! It’s hard, there are so many options out there. 

Post # 7
2351 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Because it becomes a slight obsession. I’m still scouring the dress boards seeing all the dresses out there and I got married three weeks ago!

Post # 8
614 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Move on, girl! The lace on your dress is just beautiful!


Post # 11
4431 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@NauticalDisaster:  Just an fyi, with that dress you can do lace in a bolero, since it’s january in Ontario.

Post # 13
2890 posts
Sugar bee

@BellaDee:  Or short, fingerless gloves, even ! It would work with that dress, but unfortunately, I don’t think it would work for the dress I already own.

Post # 15
93 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Your dress is so beautiful!! I’ve never seen anything like it!!! You definitely made the right choice.

Post # 16
2890 posts
Sugar bee

@NurseMandie:  That’s what I do. Since I bought it pre-owned, my dress is in its bag, right there in my bedroom. From time to time, I put it back on and I am still able to re-convince myself I chose correctly. But I don’t think I’ll be 100% sure until I have alterations made, and found ideas on how to accessorize it. I also do not like the chapel train. I’d like to cut it off.


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