Friday, 12 August 2011

Decisions, Decisions...?!

Hey ladies, I would really appreciate it if you could help me choose what dress to wear to this wedding next Saturday.  It's really between two different dresses as the third one is just to mix it up a bit.  It will be a late afternoon heading into evening wedding which is nicer for me in that I don't have to dress too tea-party(ish).  So bearing that in mind here is:

Dress number 1:  from Oasis, already worn twice to other weddings (but still loved)

Unfortunately I don't have a cleavage for this one anymore (it's a size UK10 and I bought it when I was 15lbs heavier) but because of the style I can tie the bow at the back and tighten the adjustable straps to make it look smaller :)

Dress number 2: by Catherine Malandrino, more of evening dress but I love the style and can be softened with a boyfriend blazer and fascinator

Apart from my knees looking super chunky, the picture doesn't do the dress enough justice.  I thought it was appropriate as it's not too short and there's no flashing of cleavage either, after all the bride is meant to shine :)

Dress number 3: from NW3, very summer tea party dress but I haven't worn it yet so I thought I'd pop it in anyway :)

Sorry for the bad quality.  This one is flowery and is silk so I thought it was more appropriate for a summer wedding, however the wedding starts at 4pm so I don't know if I'd feel a bit dressed down later on when on the dancefloor.

So there you go ladies, please let me know what you think as I want to buy a fascinator over the weekend to go with the favoured dress :)

Thank you for your help!!!
xxxx

7 comments:

  1. I like the first one. It looks very weddingish (I know...not a word).

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  2. I like number one for a wedding, but if you've already worn it to two others, I would wear number two. I think the blazer and fascinator idea is awesome! Plus, number two is so chic. It depends on the type of wedding. I had to go to my cousin's wedding in Kansas, of all places, so I wore something I thought was churchy and kind of plain. Her fiance is from Spain and *all* of his family came, his super stylish European family. I felt so out of place. Wish I had worn something more stylish.

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  3. Hi :)
    Number 1 and 2 look really nice! I agree with you that 3 is a 'summer' wedding. Urm the weather is dreadful at the minute! So number 1 or 2 :D
    xxx

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  4. Hey, Babe!

    Dress number 1 is a lovely dress that accentuates your décolletage however, the length chops your legs a bit and the colour might be better suited for day time.

    Dress number 3 is a pretty floral, but again, the length chops your legs and the print and style are more suited to casual day wear.

    Dress number 2, on the other hand, is STUNNING!!! You look slim, shapely and much taller. Your legs look GOOD!!! The fabric and colour are both perfect for late afternoon/evening and will look amazing with a fascinator! Very 'royal wedding' indeed! I love it! I would bling it up with some classy silver jewellery and killer heels! Your knees are not chunky, but your legs can be highlighted with some spray tan or a pair of tan pantihose. A tan makes anything look better!

    Hope that helps. Have a great weekend, Love. <3. XXX.

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  5. I know I'm too late but I had to say I love dress # 2. The colour is so pretty and nit one that you see often and the style is beautiful.

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