Post # 1
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
I had a strapless a-line with a slight sweetheart neckline, but that was already over 4 years ago. If I got married today, I’d probably wear a sheath or empire.
What silhouette is your dress? And do you secretly lust after other silhouettes?
Post # 3
Mine is an A-line with a dropped waist, but I do secretly (and not so secretly) lust after trumpet shaped dresses!
Post # 4
I wore a mermaid/trumpet shaped dress. If I could do it again, I would probably have chosen the same silhouette but simpler design.
Post # 5
mine is trumpet and i love love love it! i always figured i’d be a-line but as soon as i slipped it on…
Post # 6
v neck front, deep v back, trumpet ivory satin silk.
it came in a few wks ago and i tried it on for the first time since january and i still love it : )
Post # 7
Mine is a ballgown.
With my body shape the mermaid or trumpet dont look good on me
Post # 8
dropped waist, slim fit a-line with sweetheart neckline. I lust over the sexy, dramatic ones, but alas, not my style in real life and my Fiance doesn’t "get" fashion. I want him to like my gown too.
Post # 9
Big & poofy – total ballgown. I’ve never imagined myself getting married in anything else (and hey, how many oppurtunies does one have to wear a ball gown in their lives??)
Post # 10
Mine was a slim a-line… fitted at the waist (corset back) and flared a bit a the bottom with a sweetheart neckline. I think I would keep the same silhouette but maybe get a dress that’s more flowy and romantic… and more poof. 🙂
Post # 11
Mine is a tea length A-line strapless. My dress is pretty and makes my waist look much more tiny than it actually is, but I wish for a more romantic, flowy, lacey dress.
Post # 12
I’m wearing a ballgown. I know it’s not appropriate for a beach wedding, but the second I spotted that dress, I was hooked. I don’t care what anyone says–it’s my day and I will wear whatever I please!
Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2010 - Indiana Memorial Union
ballgown. I came in wanting something sleeker, but then my childhood obsession with tulle and tutus overwhelmed me and well, I succumbed.
I love love love the look of sheath dresses — they’re so stunning in photos. But I’m a girl smitten with the new look, I guess!
Post # 14
Mine is A-line with scoop neck and lace cap sleeves. It sounds ugly, but it’s not- swear!
Post # 15
Trumpet strapless satin and lace.
I really love it and I don’t even consider anything else!
The only picture I have from when I bought it…
Post # 16
I’m in the Mrs. Bee club! Strapless a-line with a sweetheart. I swore I’d never have a strapless wedding dress, but I fell in love.