After about 3 months of trying on dresses, I found my dress and veil today! I love my Mori Lee Go...
I knew my friend Sarah would make a gorgeous bride (for one, she’s so stylish; for another, she’s gorgeous even when she’s not getting married), but her cheap wedding dress blew me away for a few reasons.
I’m all for convertible dresses, but strapless style didn’t require any removal of tiers and it managed to feel both sexy and long at the same time. The back meant serious business, hitting the floor and making a tiny train.
It was a perfect fit for her garden wedding. A big ball gown would have been out of place at Sarah’s outdoor daytime wedding, while a modern sheath wouldn’t have fit the vintage setting. Strapless bridal dress picked up the preppy-ness as well as the old-world glamour of the place without being too formal or too casual.
She got to show off killer shoes! I’ve heard of brides spending thousands of dollars on shoes that their guests won’t ever see because they’re buried under tulle. Sarah’s super-cute heels were proudly on display all day long.
She was comfortable. A dress that’s fitted through the legs or one with lots of layers makes a bride way too toasty at an outdoor wedding (and it was a warm day for Sarah’s late-May event). When the lady in white actually feels good in what she’s wearing, she’s happier. And happy brides are the most beautiful brides.