Post # 1
Hello helpful bees!
So I’m awful under pressure and bought a dress I love, it is beautiful BUT the designer brought out a sister to my dress and I’m thinking of changing my dress to get it. The first picture is the dress I own. The second picture is the dress I’m so in love with with the lace all the way down. Please help me decide!
Post # 2
I love the 1st one. The 2nd one makes me think of lace curtains 😕
Post # 3
I like the first one, as I’m not really a fan of that ‘patchy’ lace of the 2nd.
Post # 4
I think the first is beautiful. I’m partial to the second because I have lace all the way down but you can’t go wrong with either!
Post # 6
Partial to the first because it reminds me of my dress, which flowed beautifully because it wasnt dragged down by the lace
Post # 7
My veil had a thick lace trim, so i got the effect of the 2nd dress but in reality had the same style dress as number 1. Win win
Post # 8
I prefer the first dress too. For me the lace is more striking and modern not going all the way down. If I had to guess I’d say the first dress was actually the newer version because I see it as more fashionable. I would only advise you to change it if it costs you nothing to swap and you really do prefer dress #2 to the extent that you tried it on and can’t get it out of your head. The lace trimmed veil idea is a great one.
Post # 9
#1!! The 2nd is too much lace, for my taste.
Post # 11
kreeneth : Wow your dress is stunning! It looks gorgeous on you!
Post # 12
Are you able to make the change without having to buy both dresses outright? If so, I would choose the second dress.
Post # 13
like both but the second is my fav only because I love lace
Post # 14
kreeneth : You look gorgeous, love the sleeves!
eliii90 : I vote the second one, although you could not go wrong either way!
Post # 15
I love the lace graduating to the tulle skirt in the 1st dress. It’s elegant, feminine, and delicate.
I don’t like the overall lace on the 2nd dress. It’s much too busy and cluttered looking to me, if that makes sense.