Post # 1
So here’s the scoop:
I bought the Allure 8705 and I truly love it and would love to wear it. However, it had this hideous lumb in the under layer. This means I have to get a replacement or buy a new dress. I just contacted the salon and I am working things out with them. However, I have fallen in love (not in person, but with pics) with a few other dresses, and now I am wondering if I didn’t try on enough variety of dresses….What should I do? What would you do???
My current dress
Post # 3
Well, if your getting married in November, you still have time, so you should go now to try on other styles you may like, BEFORE you commit to one now, and, who knows what you may like!! Don’t stress about it though…enjoy the dress shopping process and choose the one that makes you smile!! Have fun doll!!
Post # 4
@fvsoccer: The salon should sort the Allure out for you. It’s beautiful on you.
Post # 5
Option C – Stick with the Allure and stop dress hunting.
Post # 6
Stick with the Allure, it’s beautiful on you!
Post # 7
After trying on about 10 other dresses to get a look at what I didn’t try the first time around, I decided to stick with the Allure. I love it a lot and it loves me back! Tomorrow I’ll be taking it to the seamstress to see if I can have the lump removed somehow!
Post # 8
@fvsoccer: Yay – glad you’re sticking with it, cuz it’s beautiful! Hope you can get it sorted out!!
Post # 9
I tried that dress on! I loved it! It was my 2nd choice.
Post # 10
um. I probably shouldn’t tell you this – but I was a two-dress bride and almost was a three! in fact, I regret not buying a third I saw on pre-owned but it was only a week before and I wasn’t sure I could get it altered in time! Loved those white dresses and as you can see, still lurk on the dress boards now and then even though our one-year wedding anniversary is coming up this weekend!
Post # 11
Personally I think one dress is more than enough
Post # 12
I think you should try to have the one you bought altered to hide the “lump.” I was the same way with falling in love with other dresses AFTER I had purchased my gown. The thing is gowns usually always look beautiful in photos because they are advertisements, but the way they look on you can be quite different. You’d definitely have to try some on to find out. Why give yourself the heartache though? lol