- 9 years ago
- Wedding: August 1993
I voted number 2
I voted number 2
I voted #2 especially since you are a December bride. #1 is my second choice.
you could definetely wear this popular Justin Alexander and just wear a tight, white/cream long sleeved shirt underneath, and then wear the lace jacket they have on top. you can add some sparkle to your hijab after that.
heres an example of adding sleeves to a dress that was originally sweetheart neckline.
and trust me, it was much more gorgeous in person.
I love #2. The lace coat is amazing.
#2 for sure! Perfect for a winter wedding! But… if you’re not marrying in a cold climate I’m not sure I like the idea of a coat look. If that is the case I’d go with a dress and I’d pick #8.
#2 is amazing for a winter wedding, so gorgeous and I love the lace overlay.
I like mrscheetos’ idea about modifying a wedding dress. I also think #2 and #5 are fabulous!
you really need to try on before you buy though.
I Love 2 and 5!
its VERY simple to add sleeves to any wedding dress of your choice! Normally, when you purchase a dress, you can ask if the designer allows modifications to the dress. I know the brand Demetrios and also Moonlight bridal will add sleeves to any dress of your choice for a small fee! a few of my friends have done that. or you can just go to a fabric store, find the fabric closest to your dress, and then take it to a GOOD tailor who will measure you and add sleeves directly onto the dress or make you a bolero (Which is a jacket that ends a little below your arm pit). If you cant find the fabric at a store, you should first contact your dress designer and see if they’ll sell you some extra fabric so you can make the sleeves. 🙂 if you have any questions, message me, i know a lot about this lol.
also, i would really avoid wearing a regular long sleeve “body suit” type shirt under a wedding dress, it really ends up looking tacky. it needs to be specifically made for the dress
best of luck 🙂
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