Post # 1
What Do You Think? Yes or No for Bridesmaid or Best Man Dress?
FLIRTY MULTI-WAY DRESS
One dress, so many ways to wear it. Allows you to shift from one super sexy look to the next with ease. Comes with how-to-wear instructions.
- Deep v-neck
- Asymmetric hem
- Drapey matte jersey has a smooth, polished texture
- 24″ from waist.
- Machine wash. Tumble dry.
- Imported polyester/spandex matte jersey
Can be worn in a variety of styles, including:
- Knotted-front halter
- Twist-front halter
Or create your own look. The possibilities are endless.
Post # 3
I have this dress is red, and I love it. BUT my sister, who is curvy and very busty hates it, because she kind of..pops..out of it a little. Probably something a little dress tape would fix though. It is a super clingy dress though.
Post # 4
You wouldnt recommend it for curvy, busty bridesmaids then? I have a variety of shapes and sizes BM’s. Found this and thought it could work for everyone. Just worried about the material, and how it would fit a curvy Bridesmaid or Best Man.
Post # 5
Honestly, I wouldn’t. BUT, my sister tried mine on, and she probably needs a small, and mine is an extra small. I LOVE it, and it is super comfy. Maybe order a few to have them try on, and then return them?
Post # 6
I think it’s pretty! My cousin tried to use a different VS dress for her wedding, but she had a problem with the dress being too clingy on some girls. So definitely order a few and have the girls try them on! In my experience, VS is really good about letting you return things.
Post # 7
Hmm..I might have to do that. Is it easy to make it into all the different styles?
We are having an outdoor/september wedding..8 BM’s & 8 GM’s. It is going to be semi-formal..and I really wanted them to be able to wear their dresses again if they wanted to.
Post # 8
MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO WEAR THE DRESS:
Post # 9
I love it. If you actually did use that dress, you could have all different styles on the girls, but still have the same dress.
Post # 10
I like it and the fact that you can wear it many different ways!
Post # 11
Usually when you buy a convertible dress like this for bridesmaids (as with the company Two Birds) you want to find a company that offers some kind of matching undergarment (usually a tube top) for the bustier girls, because most of the styles can’t be worn with a bra.
The Two Birds dresses are more expensive, but you can see on here what I mean about the undergarment- http://www.twobirdsbridesmaid.com/delicacies
As a bustier girl, I know that I would be very limited on how I could wear this as-is, because I HAVE to wear a bra, and those stick on backless bras do not cut it.
Post # 12
@wescarley:It’s a cute summer dress for dinner out on the town but it is not wedding chic to me unless you were having a casual wedding. You mentioned semi formal, I think there may be some better options. Cute dress though, but a better fit for smaller women b/c of the styles the dress is worn and it is a clingy fabric. I am a size 6 with DD boobs and I would not wear it. I would feel exposed if I did not have a little cardigan or something to cover my breast somewhat. What size are your girls? Are they all fairly small?
Post # 13
My Future Sister-In-Law got it to wear to my wedding and it looks great on her, as she’s an A cup. I don’t think it would be a good option for busty girls from what I saw while helping her try different styles. I guess if you had busty ladies wear low back bras it could work.
Post # 14
That’s a brilliant dress! I think it will be great for bridesmaids. It’s so versatile.
Post # 15
I like the fact that it can be worn different ways, but I’m not a fan of that fabric
Post # 16
Just make sure that your entourage would be comfortable wearing it esp the chest area because it does draw attention. Other than that, should be ok.