Wedding dress topper? *pics*

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 16
2009 posts
Buzzing bee

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bboyschica :  as for the hair thing, try some texturizing spray. They have it at most drug stores/target and there’s a lot of brands to choose from. Should only cost you about $10.


As for the topper, I am not a fan at all. You look great without it. I think the topper makes your beautiful dress look matronly.

Post # 17
3050 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2017

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bboyschica :  I think it’s better without a topper just add a fabulous necklace or pearls.  That topper makes you appear wide at the decolletage/shoulders. If you absolutely want one,  I would go with something more angled like this:

Post # 18
3727 posts
Sugar bee

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bboyschica :  I love your dress just as it is.  When I say I love I mean LOVE it❤️  It really doesn’t need any add-on. I still think, however , that it’s worth exploring the topper idea further.  As your wedding night wears on and the weather becomes cooler, it may be good to add a topper for a bit more coverage.  The particular topper you have pictured doesn’t really enhance the overall look.  Have a look at the Tulip Bridal site for a huge range of toppers

Post # 19
433 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

Ditto what @happiekrappie said about texturizing spray. It dries out your hair a little bit and curls stick better in drier hair. And hairspray too for longevity.

I think that dress would ook stunning with a sparkly belt for embellishment, no topper needed. Although if you prefer a look with sleeves, it might be worth it for you to look into a topper with long sleeves rather than short ones.

Post # 20
5885 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

looks amazing w/o the topper. Davids bridal has great plain ones like this one that could work better.

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