- 8 years ago
I like the allure
I like the allure, a ruched bodice like that is always really flattering. And I think you can totally have sparkly accesories without having crystals on your dress. You could even add a belt if you do want rhinestone details right on the dress.
I love both designers and both dresses but I say the Allure
I like both. I trued on the Allure and it was my 2nd choice. However, i did not like the butt bow and where it sat on me. Made my rump look huge.
I love the Allure!
I like both the Angelo has a different colour bodice – will it be all in the same colour. It’s very pretty but the two tones makes it look a bit casual.
I am SUCH a fan of simple dresses with blinged out accessories! Go for it! And to answer your question…it’s BEST that blinged out accessories go with a simple dress…that’s the only way it will work without being overdone!
I like the Allure a lot better 🙂
Here’s a pic of me in the allure:
and here’s what I chose!
So I am a fan of the simple gowns. I think you can’t go wrong with either!! Both are beautiful. For me, the allure didn’t “win” because of the attention it drew to my booty.
Have you tried them on yet?
the first one
These look really similar to the dress I wore. And this is how I blinged the dress itself:
It’s a super flattering silhouette. Both are beautiful dresses!
I love the Allure gown! It would look great with a thin blingy belt, but it’s really not necessary.
You have awesome taste. You couldn’t go wrong with either (and your wedding pictures will be timeless). I was going to say that I preferred the alfred angelo to the allure, but the later picture with the belt sash shows how beautiful the allure is, too.
I like the Alfred Angelo better, not a fan of the deeper sweetheart necklines. Yes the more plain your dress the more you can bling out everywhere else.
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