Post # 1
After long searches for my wedding gown I’ve seem to come across two dresses that I am in love with, but can’t decide. So I am asking for your opinion….which dress so you like and why? I am aiming for a classy and timeless look. The first dress is by Rosa Clara and the second dress is Lazarro.
Again, I’m in love with both, but want opinions. Please let me know your thoughts 🙂
Post # 3
@inlovejen: I really like the second one. I feel like the satin is more “timeless” and I don’t like the fouffy stuff on the bottom of the first one.
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2012 - Padua Hills Theater
Personally, I like the Lazzaro better. It has more of a timeless quality to me. I love all the details, the line of the dress, the color, the sash. I really think its a stunning dress. Good thing I already got married or I would seriously be having dress envy!
Post # 6
I like the first the best (not a fan of satin in this silhouette), but I agree that the floral bottom of the Rosa Clara is a bit more trendy. It is still very pretty though 🙂
Post # 7
OOOOOHHH! The second one is GORGEOUS!!
Post # 8
Both dresses are pretty, but I love the Lazaro one! Wow. I think it fits more of what you are looking for, as well.
Post # 10
Thank you all for the imput! Lazarro is gorgeous…I like the Rosa clara too because the lady at the bridal salon said that they can remove the bottom and turn it into a reception dress after the ceremony. I really liked that idea. I haven’t seen the Lazarro in person yet, but the Rosa Clara is georgeous in person…the material is a high quality organza. I’m think of taking a look at the Lazarro some time next week…I do agree, it is far more timeless then the Rosa Clara. 🙂
Post # 12
I pick the first one. It’s gorgeous.
Lazara gown’s are gorgeous, on this one though, I’m not feeling the half and half….the lace top combined with satin bottom.
Post # 13
I pick the first one, but I hate satin so…
Post # 14
Thank you…satin is nice although the thing I hate about is that it wrinkles easily. I hate the look of wrinkled satin and I’m afraid the Lazarro will get wrinkled as I wear it. The photo above already shows it wrinkled (which I don’t like).
Post # 15
I love the first one because it’s just beautiful and more of a wedding dress. Honestly I love The Lazaro but I’ve seen it on and it would work in a very upscale city/ hotel type of venue almost like a cocktail dress. You only have one time to truly look like a bride so the first has my vote
Post # 16
the 2nd one looks bettter