Post # 1
I was just browsing ASOS (my life is terribly exciting) when I came across these maxi dresses by a company called Jarlo. Now, I know they’re not your standard wedding dress but I think they’re so pretty and they come in cream! I think they’d be really pretty for a relaxed wedding. There’s something Packham-y about them…
Post # 5
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@Stormchild: They look like they work best on stick figure sized people so if I were having a casual wedding AND if I were that thin, I would totally consider them!
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
They’re pretty, but I just couldn’t do the cutouts for my wedding no matter how casual! Also I don’t like maxi dresses at all (my dress is short)! I can see how they could work for others, though.
Post # 7
those dresses are absolutely gorgeous. if i was having a very casual wedding, i might consider them or i would totally wear one to my rehearsal dinner or something! 🙂
Post # 8
@Stormchild: i need it in orange! So order one for you and one for
Post # 9
it looks like there’s no lining underneath the lace around the waist–I would think it was cuter if there was an underlay, but without anything it looks too risque for a wedding for my taste, and honestly a little tacky
Post # 10
i LOVE this dress. I have a thing for the backs of dresses.
Post # 11
Ok, I’ve added some extra poll options! Hadn’t thought about the see-through aspect…. I wonder if you could get it lined.
Post # 12
It’s not my taste, but for the right person I think it’s a lovely wedding dress. Laid-back and boho chic.
Post # 13
While I’m not plump, I’m definitely too curvy to be considered a stick, so I would pass. However, I can totally see a tall, willowy gal rocking this! The back is amazing!
Post # 14
I can only imagine this on someone very slim but still not for a wedding with the cut outs!
Post # 15
@bbfyso: with those cut outs? Lol
Post # 16
@gelaine22: 11 pounds thinner…I can rock it In orange lol