Post # 32
Seriously, the straps are amazing themselves, but I can’t even IMAGINE having that dress, not using the straps, and therefore losing that unbelievable illusion in the back.
Idea: straps for ceremony, strapless for reception? OR, and definitely if you’re wearing a longer veil, strapless for ceremony, straps for reception? It’s probably pretty solid under there, but I bet you could dance harder with the straps on.
Post # 33
@MrsSanchizel: Thank gawd. I signed on this morning just because I was worried you were going to cut off those beautiful straps.
Post # 34
I love it with the straps!! I feel like it looks a little incomplete without them!
Post # 35
I think the straps “complete” the dress – it seems kind of unbalanced without them. I vote straps straps straps!
Post # 36
I think it looks lovely both ways, so I would go with whatever is most comfortable the day of.
Post # 39
I think the straps are so beautiful and lend the dress something special, but really you could wear it strapless and it would be still be gorgeous. Basically, you can’t go wrong.
Post # 40
@KimmySumShuga: I agree!
I can’t decide either. I really like the simple, clean look of the dress without the straps, and I like how taking them away emphasizes the amazing flowers on the neckline of the dress.
BUT I think the straps make the dress much more unique; they give it a personality it would not otherwise have, they do help bring out the lovely grey embellishments elsewhere on the dress, and, if I were you, I’d go for straps just to prevent the discomfort and worry about the dress falling down!
Oops, sorry, just saw that you updated. Good choice!
Post # 41
Wow..i love both! You look stunning in either option….but I must say, straps. The offer the extra elegance and really tie the design together. Congrats, you look beautiful!
Post # 42
The dress is pretty in the front with no straps. . but the straps makes the dress in the back. . .it’s beautiful in the back with the straps
Post # 43
I love the straps, and I’d worry about support with the low cut back if you took the straps off