I'm leaning towards 3...
Do you think a small pendant would work with it? I have a topaz pendant and earrings that DF had made for me and gave them to me on our first anniversary. (He went fossicking on a holiday not long after we met, got a chunk of topaz and had the jewellery made.) We are getting married on our 10 year anniversary of our first date so it would be really significant but I don't want to 'spoil' the dress by wearing non-appropriate jewellery.
(Sorry if this is a really silly question - I'm just not very good with this sort of stuff, I've changed my earrings probably 3 times in the last 7 years.)
I've just placed my order for my first choice dress.
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21-04-2014 20:46 #21
21-04-2014 20:51 #22Senior Member
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21-04-2014 20:52 #23
Honestly with what you are saying about your shape you should go for a v-neck (big boobs always look better in v) & get something with gathering across your belly... I'd say the last one fits that the best ;-) with the arms, you can always put a shawl over your shoulders if your worried :-)
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21-04-2014 20:56 #24
I want them all *stamps foot*
21-04-2014 20:59 #25Senior Member
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The last red dress in a matte ivory would be gorgeous! I would wear the shoulder sleeves further down the arm to accentuate your boobs!!
21-04-2014 21:00 #26
Dress 3 or 4.
21-04-2014 21:03 #27
3 then 4. A slight A-line is flattering on most figures and you have height in your side so you are sure to look great in alomst anything.
Any dress with boning will provide support, and you could always add a cute bolero to any dress to hide straps and your arms
21-04-2014 21:04 #28
21-04-2014 21:06 #29
First choice and 4
21-04-2014 21:09 #30
Hmmm, DF is ok with me getting 2 dresses, I wonder how he'd react if I said I wanted 4...
(To be clear, the total of 2 dresses will be less than $350)
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