- 8 years ago
- Wedding: July 2016
Yeah you can see your boobs. But unless you go for a very high straight neckline, you’re always going to see them. It’s not tacky IMO!
To be honest in the bridal store I didnt even notice the cleavage! Once I got home after purchsing is when I looked back at pictures and decided i’d be more comfortable with a tad more coverage. I am hoping no bra or a different bra will help.
Your boobs look fabulous! I don’t find it excessive in the least. Rock that dress.
bballou: Looking again, this is so pretty- rock the girls in this dress too! It’s no secret that you aren’t an A cup- if they’re “there” then so be it! Maybe see if the seamstress can add a shear row of fabric? It will go with the bottom of your dress, and “cover” enough to feel modest but add a unique and feminine dimension to it. Also- LOVE the belt with this gown!
NAH… its fine.
I am not sure if you mentioned this already but if you can’t go without a bra (totally understandable, I’m a 34D and bras are my girls’ bf) have you tried a simple bra without ‘push’. Like the ones that just hold the girls up, but don’t send them high towards your chin?
Again, I think you look beautiful hon. Let us know how it goes without the bra, or whatever other solutions you find :).
Count me in on the not too much side with a half vote on — have an honest convo with your seamstress that you want to rock the girls but don’t want to be adjusting or falling out at any point. That was our main convo at my 1st dress fitting ~ I tried it with no bra and the dress is too big and not boned enough for that to work with my girls (flopsy and mopsy) but she’s adding boning and I am waiting on a delivery of 3 strapless bras from herroom.com right this minute.
Seamstresses are our best friends in this case. She’ll guide you right.
I wouldn’t change the neckline shape, and I don’t think it’s too much cleavage. I’m a 30F, and I find that sweetheart necklines are amongst the most flattering. However, you might want to see a seamstress to make sure you are comfortable and all stays in place. Fear of spillage / lack of comfort shouldn’t be on your mind the day you get married.
Not too much unless you feel it is too much. I think the dress looks beautiful on you.
@bballou: First of all – GORGEOUS dress! I think if you’re going to feel self conscious about them flopping around the day of, definitely see if the seamstress can work some magic. I tried on a gorgeous sweetheart neckline Lazaro gown while dress shopping and my boobs were out.of.control. The sales person helping me said it would be no problem to alter the neckline so it came up higher and made me feel more comfortable. I ended up finding my dream dress, that is also a sweetheart but a bit more modest. Maybe they can alter it to look somewhat like this? Keep in mind I’m a 32 DD!
Best of luck!!
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