Strap ideas for my gown

posted 2 months ago in Dress
Post # 4
923 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

Thin beaded!

Post # 5
684 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2019 - Country/barn

It’s so pretty without straps! May I aks why you want to add them? 

Post # 6
3183 posts
Sugar bee

I wouldn’t add straps. It is gorgeous without them.

Are you sure the built in straps aren’t just for hanging it on a hanger?

Post # 8
1058 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 1995

I wouldn’t add straps.

I would guess the straps that are there are to hang it on the hanger.  


Post # 11
58 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Loose off the shoulder lace straps. That’s what I did for my dress. The alterations people used fabric they had to take off the bottom since my dress was so long!

Post # 13
421 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2020

I’d do beaded “spaghetti straps’- most Martina Liana look amazing with thin staps imo. That’s what I have on my dress as I also look better in a dress with straps vs. without.

Post # 14
148 posts
Blushing bee

I think thin straps would work, but I’d wear it strapless for the ceremony and then button, snap, or pull out the straps for the reception for extra support while your dancing and partying. With or without straps it’s a beautiful dress!!

Post # 15
4468 posts
Honey bee

Shoulder straps depend on your body type.  If you are broad shouldered with narrow hips (v-shaped), then thin straps will look out of proportion and call attention to the broadness of your shoulders.  Same with cap sleeves. If you’re narrow-shouldered, thin straps or cap sleeves would be more proportionate than thick sleeves.  If you’re hour glass then it could go either way.

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