Post # 1
So today I fell in love with three completely different dresses! I need help deciding!
The first one is Allure 9170. i love the lace, and the sequins in it. I also love the open back! I guess my concersn with this one is that it doesnt quite give me enough curves (not that I really have any), and if it will photograph well.
The second is Mori Lee 2674. I love the color and the unique lace on the bottom! It also makes me look really thin. It was surprisingly easy to move in. I just wonder if it is too much. It would work in our church, but the reception is a more rustic loft in downtown.
Lastly this one is Mori lee 5214 in their poetic lace. it is suprisingly really cheap for such great quality. I love that it gives me curves. I also love the back and the color of the lace. This one did not wow everyone else like the first one did though.
Theyre all so different!
This topic was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by futuremrsrcb.
Post # 2
Both of the dresses are gorgeous on you! (The third picture did not show up, so I am unsure what it looks like). I personally prefer the second one on you more, though the first one is beautiful as well. I think either way you will look fabulous! Choose the one that you *felt* better in, everyone else’s opinions aside. 🙂
Post # 3
Oh, there is the 3rd pic! My computer just loaded it. I still like the first two better!
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
Second dress, hands down!
Post # 6
Dress #2 made the most of your awesome figure
Post # 7
you look great in dress 2!
Post # 12
I like 2 and 3.. First one looks kinda poor in quality for some reason .. And doesnt give you any curves as you said ..
also, don’t be afraid that second dress will be “too much”.. You are the bride and you should stand out.. Besides, it will look very classy in your rustic venue.. Just don’t wear much jewelry with it..
Post # 13
I really love the first one! The second is a close well… second
Post # 14
dress #2. The first dress doesn’t really do anything for you, although it’s a lovely dress, but the ballgown would TOTALLY fit in at a rustic-type reception venue. Lace is the perfect thing for that!