Post # 1
late September Country Club wedding, ceremony will be outside under a tree – Saturday morning brunch wedding, about 40-50 people… which dress do you think looks best and best fits this type of wedding?
Post # 2
2. I feel like number 1 would be better if it had more sleeve, but it just ends around your bicep, which puts all the viewer’s eyes there, instead of your fabulous curvy waistline with number 2!
Post # 3
Thanks for the feedback! #1 was 2 sizes too small so it did cut a bit short. Kind of felt like a T-Rex in it! I never thought I would want strapless but I do love #2 as well!
Post # 4
I think dress #2 looks great on you. I really like that one.
Post # 5
incubakat: #2!! Looks gorgeous on you!
Post # 7
I changed my mind!! #1 is so much better for the date and the venue!! Love it
Post # 8
I agree with PP that #1 does fit the setting and time well, however the cut is not as flattering as #2, which looks stunning on you. I think that the tea length and flowy fabric of 2 would be lovely for your country club brunch reception!
Post # 9
#1 or #2 both look great one you! You couldn’t go wrong with either one!
Post # 11
Thanks for all the feedback! Maybe they will get #1 in my size in the next few months and I can try it on for real, and just take it off the rack. It was so hard to really tell what it would look like when it was way too small. Best part about these tea length dresses is I dont think I’ll even need alterations, so I should have more time to decide, I think.
Post # 12
#1 in a different size!! I’m also having a brunch wedding, so fun!
Post # 13
#2, the softness of the material looks great, and the sweetheart is sexy
Post # 14
- Wedding: August 2014 - Saint Faustina Church/R&D Memories
#1 looks beautiful on you! I tried that one on too. It looks awesome with a sparkle belt. 🙂