Post # 1
I am torn. To paint a picture, our wedding, although larger, will be pretty low key. We’re having our ceremony and cocktail reception at an art gallery.
When it comes to these dresses, here’s what I love about both:
Watters Sydney – Cute, flirty, fun, pretty. Kinda artsy. Different.
Watters Pasadena – Pretty, romantic, traditional. Fitted, figure flattering. Would wear with a small sparkly belt.
Please help! Any thoughts/suggestions would be much appreciated!
Post # 5
The second dress fits my mental image of a low-key art gallery wedding. It’s also very understated and elegant.
Post # 6
I love the first one! It’s kinda whimsical and very pretty.
Post # 7
Another small thought… Is the first dress too young?? I’m 30. A younger looking 30, but still…
And on the other hand, would the lace be too aging?!?
Post # 8
I LOVE the first dress and it’s totally not too young for 30. I love that it has a little bit of a different look than most dresses these days. That being said, the second dress is beautiful and would also probably work well. Just not as WOW as the first dress.
Post # 9
I love the first one, and I don’t think it’s too young for 30. It’s how YOU feel in the dress. I’m wearing a pretty “young” dress and I’m 31. Don’t stress about it.
Post # 10
The second is more appropriate for the context of your wedding. I love it!
Post # 11
The first one is so whimsical and ethereal, I love it! Although, not knowing how low-key your wedding will be, this may be a bit formal. And I don’t think it matters what age you are in that dress, it is a stunner.
Post # 12
I love the second dress but then again I am more partial to fit and flares.
Post # 13
I usually prefer lace but I love the first dress! Have your tried them both on? I think you need to choose the one you feel best in.
Post # 14
Love, love, love the first. I am a fan of lace as well, but the first one is just so fun and beautiful. That said try them on because they’re two different shapes so you may find one more flattering.
Post # 15
I tried on both, and the shape of the second is preferable as it shows off my figure a little more – I’m fairly petite. I just can’t seem to get the first one out of my mind.
Both suit the art gallery for different reasons. The first is modern and artistic in itself, whereas the silhouette of the second is more fitting for the venue and low key style.
I should also mention that the wedding is in November. I am picturing the lace dress with a cute cardigan for outdoor photos.
Post # 16
I like the uniqueness of the first one ! Its very romantic and artsy!