Post # 1
I thought i had my dresses narrowed down to two, now i have found one more i am in love with
This one sticks out to me in particularly. I need a dress that “stands out”, i’m not a fan of anything that looks too traditional. My dress will be worn with low top converse (blue) and a blue cardigan (fall wedding) Im going to be almost 21 on my wedding day, if that at all matters.
Thoughts and opinions please.
Post # 3
Hmm well it definitely isn’t my style, but you got the “not looking traditional” thing for sure. I would just think about if this is a dress you’ll be happy to look back on in 20 years. I get the wanting to stand out it, but for me the length in the front is too much. Personally, it’s not for me. But hey- I’m not you, and I bet you wouldn’t like my super traditional dress… Hm… Maybe I’m the wrong person to be answering lol
Post # 4
I am 33 and usually very traditional, but the converses sound really young and super cute!
Post # 5
I love it! I think it is super cute(:
Post # 6
The dress is straight up November Rain. Tread carefully, is this what you want to look back on in 20 years? If it matches your personality, then absolutely. But I’d switch out the converse and do some cute flats.
Post # 7
I am not a fan of the front being short (looks like a tutu) BUT I absolutely LOVE the bodice, love the details, love the train, and love the high-low idea (just the skirt’s a bit too ruffly and tutu-like for my tastes)…
I think the converses are an ADORABLE touch though!
I love it. Not for ME personally, but if it’s your style, it’s fantastic. 🙂
Post # 8
I don’t love it….But if you do and it looks good, then I say go for it!
Post # 10
This look is definitely straight out of the ’80s/early ’90s. My mom sure wasn’t kidding when I was a kid and said that all styles come back eventually. I don’t know if this anecdote will work, but I’ll try:
My parents got married in the ’80s and so did most of their friends. My mom was pissed because my grandmother chose a very traditional dress for her and wouldn’t pay for anything else. Her best friend, on the other hand, got married 6 months later and wore the non-traditional dress my mother had originally picked out. My mother looks so classic and elegant in her wedding photos while my Auntie Kim (the friend married 6 months later) won’t even put her wedding photos up in her house because she “looks like an acid trip” in them. MORAL: Traditional might not be your style, but you might regret wearing too much of your style on your wedding day. Maybe you should find some balance.
Post # 12
urm… I’d say no.
Converse GREAT! i thought about them. I’m a 20 almost 21 bride too but I’m super against wedding dresses above the knee….
Post # 13
i dont really like it tbh :/
Maybe something like this
Post # 14
I’m “young” and “hip” and while I love the converses idea, I don’t like the high-low. It’s sort of trashy to me (sorry!) Do a tea length dress for sure… just pick high or low!
Post # 15
I’m not a fan of this dress at all. My vote is def no….. It’s not a good look to walk down the aisle in(IMO)…. Possibly a reception dress if it’s your style.
Post # 16
I wouldn’t do it but if you love it, go for it. 🙂 Personally i would want to be able to look back and know that i’m going to look good and still love it when i have kids and grandkids but hey who’s to tell you what to do. 😛