Post # 1
Ok so I want to make sure I’m making the right decision with the dress I’m getting. I have the chance to still pick between these 2 dresses. I absolutely love both!!!!
Watters and Watters style Victoria
Post # 3
I definitely like the second one better!
Post # 4
Casablanca = Extremely customizable. Both are very unique. Get to try them on yet?
Post # 5
2nd one kicks the first one’s booty.
Post # 6
rosyann10 very true thats one thing I like about the first. I can customize it to be petite and a deeper heart shape neckline like I will like it to be. It also comes in champagne which I LOVE!
No I havent, I would be ordering. I tried on every other dress and none grabbed my attention like these two did, so I’ve just decided to order one of these two lol.
Post # 7
I like the Watters dress much better than the other one.
Post # 8
I love the aesthetics of the Watters dress, but ultimately I love the Casablanca.
I was really in love with the Maggie Sottero that has the flowers on it like the Watters – but after seeing real brides in it, I didn’t like the way it photographed and almost felt a little “trendy.”
The Casablanca incorporates more classic and modern styles – it’s more timeless. Think about looking back in 5, 10 and 20 years – which one will you still love?
I voted Casablanca 🙂
Post # 9
My Fiance just looked over my shoulder and said, “The top one.” and walked away! And he didn’t know my opinion either.
Post # 10
snapdragn73 I love your comment and your Fiance, its nice to have a mans point of view too lol
Post # 11
Hands down the first one. It’s really gorgeous and unique and, if they’re the same price, it looks a lot more expensive! The second one, as snapdragn said, just looks too trendy…the little flowers on the skirt thing is on a wedding dress in like EVERY designer’s line these past few seasons (I had a similar detail on my Easter dress in 2004 and remembering thinking it was really novel then…so that might explain why I’m now kind of sick of seeing it!), but it’s not a ‘classic’ look. In fact, I think it sort of looks lackluster…most of the dresses with that flower detail have tons of them, that one just looks like the seamstress got lazy and only did a few, haha. Plus the bust area looks a bit crinkly/ill-fitting.
Sorry if that opinion was a little harsh, but I REALLY prefer the Casablanca!
Post # 12
I love how fun and unique the Watters dress is!
Post # 13
I love them both but it all depends on how YOU look in them! Some pointers:
1) if you are short or your legs are short and/or you have a big bust, go with the Casablanca one
2) the Watters should be avoided if your waist is thick but it’s great if you are skinny/slender
Post # 15
Im not a fan of the tiered look of the first dress. The second is much more streamline and beautiful!
Post # 16
I LOVE the Watters dress! The skirt is so chic and beautiful! I have never seen a dress quite like it before.