LOVE/HATE: The Trying to Be Everything to Everyone Edition

When you’re choosing a wedding dress, wanting too much can become a problem. You want a short wedding dress… no, a long one! A V neck! A square neckline! A wrap dress? A bubble hem?! There are just so many choices when it comes to wedding dress, from necklines to hemlines to fabric and more. The less decisive bride-to-be may find herself trying to find it all in a single wedding dress and ending up less than satisfied as a result.

I wish I knew who created this dress - any leads, my lovelies?

So what do we have here? To my eyes it looks like an example of a dress that’s trying too hard to be too many things. I’m not a fan of the short skirt/long skirt look to begin with, but I don’t think I’d be crazy about this wedding dress (with flowers flowers everywhere, no less) even if it had a uniform length skirt. I’m going with hate on this one – even if I could see it looking rather pretty on the right bride. Yes, I can hate something and still admit it’s pretty. What do you think? Too busy, or awesome in a Flamenco-meets-Broadway kind of way?

3 Responses to “LOVE/HATE: The Trying to Be Everything to Everyone Edition”

  1. Victor says:

    Very, *very* busy. Unlike.

  2. The Jananator says:

    First impression: That is seriously fugly. Second impression: Ditto.

  3. Impkitti says:

    Fugly in the extreme.

    Looks like the results of one of those competitions where they gave the competitors a box of white kitchen trashbags, some tape and 1 hour to make a wedding dress.