Post # 16
I agree with @panterapeach: it look (temperature) hot. But it says that you are getting marred in December so it shoulsn’t be a problem.
I think the dress is beautiful, but it’s not my style. I really like the way the lace goes over the skirt. Also, I think a drop veil would look very nice with this.
Post # 17
@FutureMrsSitler: i am with you. i think its 100% a muslim wedding dress. not my personal taste, but if its what you gotta do, then you gotta do it.
Post # 18
Even if this dress is chosen for religious reasons, I think it could have nicer details… a dress can be modest and still be nice and this doesnt scream that nice to me
Post # 19
@wedbride: I am presuming that the reason for most of the skin being covered is for religious purposes so I just wanted to know how strict that requirement is. Is there any way your chest (not breasts of course) can be a bit more open? When I first saw it, I must be honest as Loribeth
above, it also reminded me of a nun and I certainly do not mean to offend you. I have been to muslim weddings where the brides also cover most of their skins but just have a bit of the chest open. Is that at al all an option?
I like the bottom of the dress, it is beautiful!
Post # 20
I actually think it would look really pretty without any veil at all– maybe add a headpiece or tiara? it reminds me of something medieval and elegant! I think I’d want it to have a little more pizzazz on the front though, maybe some more embroidery?
Post # 21
Definitely not my style but to each their own.
Post # 22
@Loribeth: I was thinking the same thing!
Not my taste, but it has some nice details. The whole dress looks a little dated, though.
Post # 23
Apologies for my earlier statement. I really wasn’t thinking. However, I do think you could be covered and still a bit more modern. What about something like this with a beaded headpeice?
Post # 24
If you are simply asking an opinion I think it’s really really not good looking dress in any way.
Post # 25
I love the lace overlay (coat? jacket?) most of all. I would totally wear that with a more simple strapless dress. My mom made and wore a lace “cape” for her wedding, so maybe it reminds me of that. The shape of the dress is very flattering.
Post # 26
I really like the overlay and overall silhouette of the dress… It is definitely a lot prettier than some of the other modest dresses I’ve seen. The only thing I’m not crazy about is that underneath it just looks like a kinda plain white turtleneck. I’d love to see something (I don’t know what would look good though…beading? lace? Idk…) dress that part up a bit.
Post # 28
It could be more stylish and still cover all the skin.