Most Helpful Guy
Wedding huh... good luck with that. They all look fine. But regardless of what you pick, whats gonna happen is still gonna happen.1
Most Helpful Girl
ahhh I fucking love wedding dresses mmhhhhhhh <3
I like all the dresses in the pictures -- assuming you have the kind of body that looks awesome in this style of dress. (Let's take that for granted, since they're all similar silhouettes.)
I noticed, though, that picture #3 is watermarked from DHgate (a cheap Chinese seller).
····••• DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT, BUY A WEDDING DRESS FROM A CHEAP CHINESE SELLER •••····
Don't do it.
Here are 15 reasons why not
It would be easy enough to get yr money back (just file a dispute with yr credit card)... but that isn't the point. The point is that you need a dress... and you won't have one.
This is one thing where you should really, really, REALLY go local. If money is a limiting factor, look for local warehouse/clearance sales at bridal shops. If you have a seamstress, ASK HER for recommendations of good places to go shop for dresses.
Bridal trade shows can have good deals, too, if you commit on the spot.
IF YOU CAN ACUALLY GET THE DRESSES IN THE PICTURES:
If you're going to move yr arms a lot at the reception -- like, if you and yr girlfriends get into some wild dancing together -- you may want to avoid a style like no. 1. If that bodice rides down yr shoulders even an inch or two and then you "put yr hands in the air like you just don't care"... you could potentially rip the bodice and have a very embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.
This is even more of a thing if you have muscular shoulders -- since the extra flexing will make that sort of style MORE likely to ride down or shift on yr body.
No. 2 (with the For Love and Lemons-style mesh) is VERY easy to tear if it comes into contact with... just about anything. Purses, studded dresses, yr girlfriends' jewelry... etc.
If that dress has a bustle or train that weighs a lot and it gets pulled -- even a little bit -- rrrrrrrip!
If you wear something like this, honestly, if I were you I'd have another dress on hand for *most* of the reception (after the introductions, or after the first dance).
MOST IMPORTANT TIP:
When you take yr dress to the seamstress... HAVE HER SEW BRA CUPS INTO IT.
This way, you can actually *sit* and *BREATHE* in it... without feeling like you're corsetted... and you'll still look fucking smashing.
You can thank me later. <3