Post # 47
Now that he’s seen it, you’re going to have to burn it and buy a new dress in total secrecy!!
I think it looks amazing strapless (but I’m not a huge fan of one shoulder looks anyway), would it still be able to stay up without the shoulder strap?
Post # 48
I would be too, but honestly he won’t remember it and you’ll take his breath away when you’re all dolled up for the big day!
Post # 49
Haha!! He has a pretty good memory too. Oh well!
Post # 50
I loveeee the one-shoulder. I think if it were strapless then I would want to add things like a belt/sash.
Post # 51
Love the one-shoulder, but the neckline is a tad high.
Post # 52
That did cross my mind. A simple sash.
Post # 53
I like the one shoulder, it is a lot more unique than strapless, and I think you can pull it off. I think it would look best if you had it altered to lower the neckline a little though.
Post # 54
Post # 55
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
1 shoulder! Just thin it out a bit!
Post # 56
NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!! Haha, keep the one shoulder please! It’s what makes the dress! You look beautiful and you know it hot lady! 😀
Post # 57
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
That’s true, you could keep the one shoulder but just have it thinnned/lowered a bit! I do like the shoulder, it’s just SO big and high on your little bod. That would look really beautiful though.
Post # 58
I like it better strapless 🙂 what a beautiful dress!
Post # 59
- Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge
NO NO NO NO NO!!!!! Leave it as is girl. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it with the one strap. So different and gorgeous. If you alter it to strapless it will look like every other wedding gown I’ve seen. Totally your call but I love your dress (little bit of dress envy because my Fiance hates one straps so I couldn’t dare buy one ).
Post # 60
@cherryblossomlove: don’t do it!!!! 😉 leave it as is
Post # 61
Love the 1 strap, don’t change it!!