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Which dress is better? Two choices!

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FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 16:42:11

I'm 7 months pregnant and attending a family members wedding in a few weeks.

Which dress is better?! It will be quite a laid back bohemian wedding.

FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 16:42:37

Back view

FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 16:46:21

The first is, ahem, Jessica Wright... The second is Alice Temperley...

officebairn Thu 09-Jun-16 16:49:56

The first one looks far to fitting for 7moPG and i'm afraid the second one is too busy for my taste..

Would suggest a skater-type dress that flows out after the bust or a wrap dress can be v flattering?

AnchorDownDeepBreath Thu 09-Jun-16 16:53:00

The first doesn't look like it would work with any type of bump. Or stomach at all really. It's gorgeous but it's designed to emphasize a flat stomach, highlighting boobs and hips.

The second one is a totally different style. It's quite busy and seems much older?

I'd go for a wrap or skater dress with a bump.

Philoslothy Thu 09-Jun-16 16:56:25

The first one, I wore quite form fitting things at 7 months gone

FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 16:56:58

I wanted to wear a longer dress, I find skater dresses a bit casual and teenage as they often come up very short.

I'm not keen on wrap dresses either as I find them a bit 'per una'.

Philoslothy Thu 09-Jun-16 16:57:18

Although I have now noticed the ruffle at the bottom on the first, I think that would look odd with a bump.

Philoslothy Thu 09-Jun-16 16:59:29

Have you like looked at Tiffany rose?

I bought quite a few bits from there for occasion wear

Philoslothy Thu 09-Jun-16 17:03:38

There is Seraphine and Isabella Oliver but they tend to be more casual or work wear

Philoslothy Thu 09-Jun-16 17:05:41

a few at the start here from Seraphine they also have an additional 20% off.

Isabella Oliver have a 50% sale

burnishedsilver Thu 09-Jun-16 17:14:41

I'd have thought you'd need a maternity dress. Surely if you buy either dress to fit the bump it'll be too big elsewhere.

burnishedsilver Thu 09-Jun-16 17:22:45

You might also find that the bump causes non maternity dresses to sit shorter at the front than at the back.

AprilSkies44 Thu 09-Jun-16 17:25:04

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firesidechat Thu 09-Jun-16 17:27:20

So you're 7 months now and are going to a wedding in a few weeks - 8 to 9 months pregnant then?

Neither, unless you have the tiniest bump ever and you don't mention that.

FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 17:27:53

I've got both and they fit over the bump quite neatly, it's not huge.

I will try and take photos.

I do have a nice dress from Seraphine but it's white....

StickTheDMWhereTheSunDontShine Thu 09-Jun-16 17:28:10

Out of those two, the grey dress by a long way.

PatriciaHolm Thu 09-Jun-16 17:30:47

The first one looks like underwear. Neither looks great to be honest, and I can't imagine them fitting that well when you are heavily pregnant.

firesidechat Thu 09-Jun-16 17:32:51

But in a few weeks when you are virtually full term they probably won't fit. Is the AT one as expensive as the ones on her website? I wouldn't want to wear that and risk stretching it out of shape at those prices.

FlossiesFurCoat Thu 09-Jun-16 17:41:32

Wedding not this Saturday but next. Still got a fair bit of room in both.

I personally loathe the pink one with a passion, but that's just my taste.
Blue one is rather nice on you but a more supportive bra might make it look better.

firesidechat Thu 09-Jun-16 17:47:48

Neither.

The first looks like too tight lingerie.

The second is a bit better, but maybe too frumpy and I'm not keen on the white net stuff poking out from the side.

Sorry, although I'm not a fan of net or lace, so that may be swaying my judgement slightly.

Aworldofmyown Thu 09-Jun-16 17:49:57

The pink is not very flattering I'm afraid. Its also not fitting you properly at the top (have you gone up a size to fit your bump?).

Out of the two I would go for the blue.

Aworldofmyown Thu 09-Jun-16 17:51:43

some lovely occasion dresses on here www.asos.com/Women/Maternity/Occasionwear/Cat/pgecategory.aspx?cid=19822&CTAref=Cat_Header

RaeSkywalker Thu 09-Jun-16 17:53:24

Of the two, I'd go for the blue- I think it suits your skin tone more.

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