Post # 1
Ive tried my dress on twice now and Im a little sad about the back fat 🙁 Thankfully its not that bad anymore after loosing weight and will be less after alterations but did anyone else have worries about this?
This is what I mean… The first is from my first trial and the second is the newest one.
Post # 3
You look great! I mean that.
I posted the same thing here: 🙁
I can’t do anything more about it so I’m over worrying about it.
you don’t have to read the whole thread but my pics with the back fat are at the bottom of it…
Post # 4
P.S. Love the detail on your dress!
Post # 5
What a beautiful dress! You will look lovely, just as you are, and you KNOW no one will notice what you are noticing. But if it makes you feel like you aren’t looking your absolute best, let’s try to fix it!
Have you considered an alteration like this one? She just cut a V-shape into the back of the dress, and it really seemed to do the trick! http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/fix-armpit-fat-and-back-fat-with-dress-alterations-not-exercise
Post # 6
@rurahrah: I did consider that but the seamstressed suggested not to as it would mean the pattern thats across the bust and the back wouldnt be like it is and i need all the corsetry possible to keep the girls in!
Post # 7
I was in the same boat a few days before my wedding! My husband told me not to worry (I only told him about my problem;-) and my consultant said that the dress fits perfectly. And should I tell you something? It did fit perfectly! My sis “wrapped” me in and didn’t lace the inner corset too tight and smoothed out my fat;-) Furthermore, my dress stretched during the the day so when we began our shooting before the ceremony it fit perfectly! At the end of the day it was even a little to big. Well, guess my consultant was right;-)
So don’t worry too much! Enjoy your day and after all it is a corset! You can always do something about the tightness of it. I really don’t know why the consultants think that we as brides don’t need air to breath;-)
Wish you a wonderful wedding day!