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Which dress do you like better?

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#1 adhinsa

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    Posted 09 July 2009 - 08:56 PM

    Okay, I moved to a new city and have few friends I can depend on to look for dresses. My bridesmaids have come with me a few times, but are busy girls. I went shopping the other day and am trying to decide between two dresses. What do you think? I am 5'10", slim, and have olive skin to give you a better idea of who would be wearing this. Thanks for your input!

    Option A: Ruby - by Maggie Sottero

    Option B: Reese - by Maggie Sottero

    I like option A a little bit more, however I know that some people think lace is too much for the beach, etc. They are basically the same price.

    #2 estella1007

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      Posted 09 July 2009 - 08:58 PM

      I love the second one. It's very popular here. Quite a bit of the girls on here have that dress and its gorgeous!

      #3 A2Bride

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        Posted 09 July 2009 - 08:58 PM

        Personally I like the second one, however I have learned that YOU need to make the final decision based on your "gut" feeling. Your perfect beach wedding dress is whatever you decide to wear! Good luck...let us know your decision!

        #4 poohshek

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          Posted 09 July 2009 - 08:59 PM

          Do you have pictures of yourself in these two dresses? Based on your height and figure, I am leaning towards option B. Brides that are not flat-chested tend to pull off "Reese" better but it all depends.

          #5 HappyBride

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            Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:01 PM

            You won't lose with any of those dresses. They're gorgeous, and they're made by Maggie Sottero!! I think the Reese dress is so nice, and it looks light and breezy, a perfect destination wedding dress. but I have to go with Ruby.. probably cause I am a fan of the lace up back, and the detailing of the dress is stunning. it's one of a kind. Go with what you want, and what is going to make you happy!! best of luck!!!

            #6 ~Keira~

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              Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:01 PM

              I like option A. It's similar to my dress and I picked it for the lace in particular. I think it's going to look lovely with the lace overlay dragging along on the sand.

              My advise is to go with the one that you like the most so you don't risk being unhappy when it arrives in a few months from now.
              ~Keira~**formerly KLee147**


              #7 courtney_b00

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                Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:03 PM

                Those are both beautiful...but are you getting married on the beach? I mean you can wear whatever you want of course, but I think Option B would look great on the beach!

                #8 Ginalyn

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                  Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:03 PM

                  For a taller person I think I like Option B

                  #9 boscobel

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                    Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:10 PM

                    I love #1. I had a lace and beaded gown on the beach and wouldn't have changed a thing!

                    (I added a poll for you...)

                    #10 LIW

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                      Posted 09 July 2009 - 09:13 PM

                      My personal preference is for A. However, it's your wedding and you should wear whatever dress you want! If you like lace, then wear lace. Your dress doesn't have to be "beachy" just becuse you're having a DW. You should pick the dress you love!

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