... Or one of them. The right, if one can put it this way. The one I wore to the wedding and up the floor. I knew from the start that I would have something quite classic. It was the kind of bride I would be. And it was no better or worse than the dress I ended up in more or less was the first I tried (remember this post?). The dramatic tow had me at hello and tightly marked waistline as well. The simple silk and fabric covered buttons got my heart beating a beat - the perfect combination between classic and elegant, without being boring. Jo. It had to be it.
It was originally born with a small offshoulder sleeve, but it could tailor Lise Oxvang words conjure away and replaced by a modified sweetheart with a little lace. I also am otherwise a sucker for all things off shoulder, but just on my wedding dress was the term for bond romantic and it was not what I was after. In a transition I considered actually getting the lace taken completely - so the dress was clean and crisp ... Meeeen - after all, I am deep down a little romantic who still find it quite clean, was too tight in the term so the lace was allowed to survive, and I have no regrets. The only thing I regret is that I somehow did not get a picture taken with the tow in full - I can probably feel it in the pictures below, but it is just kryllet together and come not true to his right. It was so wild. So fight far. A princess dream unparalleled and I loved to come walking down the aisle with my long tow behind me. My one laughed a bit of me when he saw me - it was in a way a suitable dramatically add-on to my classic dress. So much me as something almost can be. Completely perfect. He was proud, he said <3
Photos: wedding dresses 2016
Oh well. I still get quite butterflies in my stomach when I see these pictures - think that I am not allowed to take it back .. Practice! Maybe when I'm home alone again?