Post # 1
Hi All! This is my first post 🙂
We are having a garden wedding in a forrest type area and i found this dress, which i love and think would fit perfectly, ,and i love it either way!
The only thing is i would love some cleavage, and a Watteau train, but the train n coming from some form of sleeve rather than attached to the back of the dress.
I’m just a bit worried that it will mess up the integrity of the bodice and the look of the flowers coming up the side.,
Anyway! the first picture is the dress and the second and third are of the sleeves i’m thinking of trying to alter too., i cant find an exact picture of the train, (the second has,but coming from the back of the dress not the shoulders) it would just be part of the sleeves, so it would come over the top of my shoulder and the sleeve would flow out to form the train, with the rest of the sleeve attached to the back.. i hope that makes sense!
thanks for your opinions and help!
Post # 3
I love V-neck dresses… and my dress was a V-neck, but honestly I’d leave this one as is. I like how the flowers flow up the strapless top.
Post # 4
I think this would look really lovely with added sleeves and a Watteau train. If I were playing designer, I would do a square neck rather than a V-neck and have the flowers continue up the left side of the neckline … because you needed yet another option to consider, right? I think that would be really pretty, though.
Will you have little flowers on the train, similar to the skirt?
Post # 5
If you can pull off a strapless and it will look good on you – then theres no reason to change it. I think with this dress anything more then adding straps would mess up the look of the dress since theres the flowers coming up the side.
Post # 6
@KCKnd2: thats also such a good idea! I have quite a large bust so i thought a V neck would look the best so to cover but add a little cleavage in there.. although when i think of it a square neckline would do just the same!
i wasnt planning on having the flowers on the train as well., i was thinking to just leave these plan so they can be floaty! 🙂