(Closed) Too fat for the dress of my dreams :( should I buy it anyway?

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 63
944 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

I actually love the A-line on you! But my new favorite from what you’ve posted is the 3rd dress (where someone is holding up the train). Gorgeous!! The last one is too. 

Post # 64
3352 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

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greywacke :  in the end, the most important thing is that YOU feel good about how you look. But honestly i think the a line dressed you posted are both really lovely looking on you (and much more flattering). I don’t think they look like they’re swallowing you at all

Post # 65
691 posts
Busy bee

I’d go with fit and flare,  I think it flatters your figure and it’s a beautiful dress. Have you tried on mermaid dresses? I think they would look nice on your body type. 

Ilive by, just because it zips doesn’t mean it fits. Rather go 4 sizes bigger and get it altered than 1 size too small. 

Post # 67
153 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: February 2018

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greywacke :  I agree with some other bees here..I was planning on losing about 10 lbs before my wedding too. I actually weigh more now than when I bought my dress, but was doing a lot of weigh tlifting so some of it is muscle as my measurements are mostly the same.

I’m not where I wanted to be weight wise for my wedding and my wedding is in 19 days. So make your own judgement but don’t count on losing 10 lbs. It’s better safe than sorry IMO.

Post # 68
890 posts
Busy bee

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greywacke :  the first A-line dress without the fuzz looks great on you!

Post # 69
3812 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I think the first A-line is lovely, and the fit and flare with someone holding the train is great too!

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