i would say number 1 would be better. i usually wear a 16/18 and i would lean more towards that style. the one shoulder style tends to widen shoulders and i know mine are on the larger side.
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10-01-2012 15:56 #31
10-01-2012 15:59 #32Senior Member
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My fave is your sister's choice, but I think you'd need to be very skinny for it to suit. Failing that, I would go for the first dress.
Your fave (long dress) is pretty, but it could get a bit hot.
10-01-2012 16:10 #33
I like the first one.
The ones with only one shoulder strap (is that what its called lol) can look a but funny - like something is missing -if you are not use to it!
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10-01-2012 16:11 #34
I like #1 the best, you could wear a hot bra and it cinches at the most flattering point for most people. I like the maxi too, but might be hard with sand and boobs staying up?
Your sisters pick would only be flattering if you have thin/toned legs or your legs are your best asset. Mine are my worst so maybe that's why I don't like it lol. If your legs are great it's an ok pick for a dress, even if someone is a bigger woman overall.
It all depends what you look like in them how are me meant to choose without a body shot
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10-01-2012 16:19 #35
10-01-2012 16:41 #36
I like your fav the best. Your sisters pick i think is a little oddly shaped and may not flatter all sizes. You fav is gorgeous and what i would go with
10-01-2012 16:46 #37
No. 1 or no 3, they are very beach wedding and it wouldn't be to much of a very bright colour.
Your choice is beautiful but a bit hot and it would get destroyed with sand.
I really dislike your sisters choice of dress and colour. Watermelon is hard to pull off!!
10-01-2012 16:49 #38
Whilst I like your pic, for a beach wedding I would go 1 or 3 (1 being fav unless you have bigger arms).
I got married in Bali last year and PLEASE take my word for it - the long dress will be HOT HOT HOT. Without being rude, if you are a little on the larger side then the sweating and mugginess will be even worse. Let the air flow baby
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10-01-2012 16:49 #39
I'd say number 1
10-01-2012 17:05 #40
Your pick or number 1 but......(and this my issue with some fabrics coming through) can you take the picture to a dress maker and have it made in lovely, light, breathable silk instead of polyester elastane?
Also, how tall are you? If you are a shorty the maxi might not work.
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