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29/05/2013 at 07:19
Hi ladies, I'm getting married in march 2014 and I'm really torn between 3 dresses. We're having the ceremony in private gardens and the reception in an old renovated barn, to give you a feel for the setting. Please give me your opinion on these dresses...I'm really torn, they're all so different.
29/05/2013 at 09:48
Generally you know the dress is 'the one' once you try it on & actually see yourself wearing it. There are lots of different styles out there & you may find that once you start trying them on your ideas of what you wanted change (I originally wanted a simple dress with sleeves but wound up wearing a decorated sleeveless dress with fitted boddice).
If you are planning a baby/maybe pregnant around the wedding then an empire-line dress would be ideal as it gathers from the bust rather than the waist. Otherwise the most commonly flattering dress style is the A-line style which gathers at the waist & then falls outwards over the legs. There are also different 'train' lengths available so it all comes down to the visual effect you want to give.
So essentially my advice is to see if you can try on all 3 dresses & get a feel for how they fit/flatter you personally before making your choice.
27/06/2013 at 13:40
I think the first one is the best. You must be needed matching jewellery for this. I have purchased jewellery from nudejewellery.co.uk. You can also check this for matching jewellery.
27/06/2013 at 13:48
I can't c the 3rd but the first is loveluck im sure you'll make the right choice x
29/09/2013 at 04:20
I think the first one is best of all,but I think http://www.dressfirst.com/A-Line-Princess-Square-Neckline-Asymmetrical-Chiffon-Wedding-Dress-With-Ruffle-Lace-Beadwork-002012184-g12184 this is most nice! You can have a look~~
02/10/2013 at 16:15
It's hard to know without knowing what kind of shape you are, but I like them all. No help at all, sorry
02/10/2013 at 16:17
I like the third one
20/10/2013 at 20:14
the second one very simple but sooo gorgeos!
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