Still cannot find a good dress…

posted 1 week ago in Dress
Post # 2
Hostess
2251 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

That first one looks amaze-balls on you. What don’t you like about it? You really do look stunning in all of them but the first one is my favourite by far.

Post # 4
Hostess
2251 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

littlepenguin99 :  definietely not, to me anyway, it just looks like it needs to be fitted, maybe some cups added for more support.

Post # 6
Member
254 posts
Helper bee

I think the second dress is very flattering and not too boob-y at all.  Very elegant.  The deep Vs in dress 1 and 3 draw a lot of attention to the girls, so if that’s what you are trying to avoid I’d pass on those (although I think they both flatter your figure nicely).  

Post # 7
Hostess
2251 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

littlepenguin99 :  I love it on you even more! Your waist looks tiny! When I look at you in the dress I am looking at you, not the dress, and I really think if it fit better it wouldn’t be so boob-y. Then again I like a little cleavage, but that’s not what matters, what matters is how YOU feel about the dress.

Have you tried on any ballgowns? I bet you’d look amazing in them.

 

Post # 11
Member
1083 posts
Bumble bee

I really like the second dress on you. The cups on the first one are huge and that’s all I can focus on. May just be cause it’s not altered to your size. I don’t think any of them are weird or unflattering- you look great! Have you tried A-line? I’d just play around with some different silhouettes. Maybe something this fitted isn’t for you, and something more flowy- like Hayley Paige type dresses you’d like more on yourself?

something like this maybe? 

 

Post # 12
Member
6772 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

littlepenguin99 :  the second dress looks amazing on you. All I can figure is that you’re looking straight down when they seem too booby. I remember doing that with my dress too and it definitely wasn’t, it’s just perspective.

Regarding the others, I hate the boob slit trend and don’t personally feel it looks good on anyone. It’s going to become the puffed skeeves of its time.  I also think spaghetti straps can make shoulders look broader than they are, especially with a bigger chest involved. Without those two features dress 1 isn’t bad. And dress three just needs a waist adjustment. Maybe it’s hard for you to envision them with alterations? Either way You are definitely not the problem here. 

Post # 13
Member
1864 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2017

I like the second dress the best, but if the first didn’t have that long V I think it would be amazing (and still sexy!)

Post # 14
Member
7186 posts
Busy Beekeeper

I love the second one, and I’m not normally a satin lover!

the other 2 have weird proportions, something off, but likely fixable with alterations.

Post # 15
Member
214 posts
Helper bee

littlepenguin99 :  You have a great figure and those dresses definitely do it justice. I actually really love the first one on you, I think it looks amazing! And that back is to die for. But if you’re not feeling it, keep looking.

I honest think you’re not liking the deep-V. I don’t have as big a chest as you, but I can see why it would be uncomfortable. 

I honestly think that you’re in the right direction. I think you need thicker straps and a cute cut but not such a deep-V. My wedding dress has the deep-V, but the dress store ordered extra fabric so we can fill it because it’s the only tiny detail I don’t like about the dress.

I really think you’re looking like something like one of these dresses:

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