The tale of two dresses HELP

posted 4 months ago in Dress
Post # 16
2080 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

I like the beaded with no belt!! 

Post # 17
40 posts
  • Wedding: August 2019

Definately beaded! Looks so much more flattering on you, and is much more glam. The lace one looks like a very standard style wedding dress that i’ve seen far too often.

Post # 18
329 posts
Helper bee

team lace – it flatters your body more. It doesn’t need the belt. I find the beaded gown just a little less bridal.

I love the idea of wearing both: one for the ceremony (lace) & one for the party. The sparkly beads would be oh so beautiful dancing.

Post # 19
947 posts
Busy bee

I prefer the lace one hands down! Looks more flattering, more bridal and I just like the soft look it gives over all. The second one is nice too but definitely more party vibes- I can’t picture it with a veil and walking down the aisle, more of a reception dress. I’d go with no belt if that’s the one you choose. 

ETA: could I have used the word “more” anymore?! 😂

Post # 20
288 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: London

Beaded, no belt, its stunning and so different to all the standard dresses you see!

Post # 22
8323 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

The second one l think. The lace is pretty, but stock standard see-lt-all-the-time. If that matters. 

I wouldn’t try turning the sparkly one into a sheath though. Partly because you are short of time, but mostly because lts doubtful it would work.

I see you say your theme is ‘simple elegance ‘…. neither of these dresses say that to me, but perhaps the lace one more. Without the belt of course. 


katiemorgan :  

Post # 23
10 posts
  • Wedding: August 2020 - Racine, WI

Beaded, no belt. Lace neckline is not as nice on you.

Post # 24
11 posts
  • Wedding: April 2019

Definitelt the beaded one, no belt

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