Post # 16
Wow, Bee, having a dress designed by you is something very special!
I would also suggest to plunge the neckline a bit. As much as you feel comfortable with, as I think it can be very subtle to have some effect. I’m just not a big fan of straight necklines.
Post # 17
nevicas : I LOVE the neck on that dress, and I would keep the sleeves long rather than 3/4 but just tailor them to fit better. Since you’re doing a belt I’d try to keep the rest of the accessories mellow, definitely no necklace, and simple earrings.
Post # 18
I think either the high neck or the long sleeves need to go. There’s too much going on. Have you considered off shoulder long sleeves instead?
Post # 19
I ADORE your dress! You look absolutely beautiful. Please don’t change the neckline. It’s super elegant. Your choice of lace is just superb. The only change I’d suggest is shortening the sleeves a little. But really it’s breathtakingly beautiful. One of the best bridal dresses I’ve seen
Post # 20
- Wedding: June 2019 - City, State
Wow that is so gorgeous!! It is beautiful and looks great on you in particular. Maybe elbow length sleeves? Love it!
Post # 21
Oh my god, it’s stunningly elegant. It’s Grace Kelly meets Jane Austen. In my book that = gorgeous!
Post # 22
nevicas : It’s very pretty! Something about the opacity of the neckline feels off though, as does the prominence of the sleeve seams.
Post # 23
Agree with everyone else about the sleeves . I like the straight bodice top myself but can see a slight dip might be nice . I like the high neck too, though I think it would look even better if not quite so high. Maybe finishing halfway up or even at the bottom of the ‘ruff’ if that makes sense.
I’m hoping when you say belt you don’t mean a sparkly one . That narrow sash looks perfect to me, you dont need any more texture.
Lovely, different dress,