Post # 31
kimchipizza : aliencereal : williams2bee : twentytwentybride : sexymama118 : tenniscourtney : TwilightRarity :
Thank you all for your lovely input!
theweddingunplanner : Thanks! What would you do for the veil?
sarathemermaid : I haven’t seen it on any real-life brides before at any of the weddings I have been to either! However, where I currently live, such classic styles seem to be more popular. 🙂
I did try on a similarly classic dress with a trumpet silhouette at the same shop…but I reckon, the ball gown still suits me better? The trumpet was really tight and highlighting my tummy, haha…however the consultant felt that the slimmer cut suited the more casual vibe of my venue better. Secret: Both off-shoulder dresses are just basic dresses with an added sash across my shoulders, haha.
Post # 32
I think it’s stunning. Sometimes clean lines can make just as much of an impression (if not more) as something with more going on. It really seems to suit you. The second one seems a little overwhelming on you whereas the first is still a lot of dress, but you wear it beautifully. Very regal and timeless.
Post # 33
THE CLASSIC! You look stunning
Post # 34
They all look flattering and lovely on you. If the first dress spoke to you, then I think that’s the one you should go with.
Post # 35
OMG NO! You won’t regret this “simple” dress – it’s classic, beautiful, timeless!
Post # 36
Honestly I think both of the dresses you first posted are stunning. You look amazing in either one. I personally prefer the second one, but I just love tulle skirts. In my opinion, you won’t regret either of these dresses so should purchase whichever you love the most
Post # 38
miss forever : The first dress is miles ahead of both the lace one and the trumpet in every way. Its absolutly STUNNING!! XX
Post # 39
I love it. Google crown princess Victoria. She had something very similar.
Post # 40
That first dress is so elegant.. think royal wedding styles!!!
Both are really nice though for different reasons, but what everyone is saying about it looking timeless is right… you would be able to look at a photo of that dress in 20 years time and it’s still stylish and on point!