Post # 1
i gave my 6 girls three guidelines: floor length, gray, and chiffon. everyone picked beautiful dresses and my future SIL picked a dress with a hi-lo hemline. at first i thought it was fine, but now i’m thinking it’ll look weird. everyone in floor length dresses and her in a hi-lo? (i.e. short in the front and long in the back).
what do you guys think?
Post # 3
Do you have a pic of the dress?
a friend of mine had a prom dress like that and she did NOT pull that off. I’m thinking if we see a pic of the dress we can be more helpful.
Post # 5
the rest of the girls are in floor length gowns-sorry that picture is so big!!
Post # 7
I think that dress is going to stand out a lot from the others.
Post # 8
Is she MOH? Than I think it would be alright for her to stand out but if not, I think it might be a little weird.
Post # 9
@kaw2be: shes not MOH-my two sisters are and they’re wearing dresses that have a blingy belt to make them stand out from the other girls
i guess i have to bite the bullet and tell her to pick a different dress… :-/
Post # 10
That isn’t exactly following your guidelins IMO. You said floor length and I wouldn’t consider it floor length if I can see her legs, it’s not a slit so she didn’t stick to the guidelines.
Post # 11
I’ll admit my bias and state that I think high low dresses are a bad look, period.
If she’s not the Maid/Matron of Honor, I think she should follow your guidelines- floor length- not high-low.
Post # 12
She’ll stand out in a mullet dress. Also, it’s not a classic style. If you are going for fashion forward, more power too you. But that dress will look like the equivalent of a powder blue tux in a few years.
Post # 13
If she is not a Maid/Matron of Honor then i think she will look odd wearing that.
The only way this option would work is if all of your Bridesmaid or Best Man are wearing mix match dresses and not one uniform style. If that is the case then it shouldnt be an issue