Robyn
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Is Cleavage a Bad Thing?

Robyn, on October 28, 2019 at 10:43 AM Posted in Wedding Attire 1 95
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So I have my wedding dress and I absolutely love it. And nearly everyone I show pictures to like it. But now I'm starting to think maybe too much cleavage? My mom loves the dress and thinks it's fine but I did have one of her friends and one of my friends make that dumb comment like "Does your mom/grandma approve?" I'm guessing in reference to the cleavage (even though I'm a 24 year old woman.) Just wondering if it could be too much for the wedding.

I should mention that in the picture the dress is too small and not fitted to my body measurements. I'm guessing once I get the dress in my size it will probably cover more but it's still a deep V.



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Latest activity by Pirate & 60s Bride, on January 27, 2020 at 10:42 PM
  • Amber
    Master February 2020
    Amber ·
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    Short answer: NO, cleavage is not a bad thing!

    Like you said, you're a 24 year old WOMAN, rock what you've got! I just decided on a different dress for my wedding with a really similar neckline, just not quite as deep. I think it's the perfect blend of sexy and classy Smiley winking As long as YOU feel beautiful and comfortable with what's showing, that's all that matters!

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  • Clarissa
    Savvy May 2021
    Clarissa ·
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    This dress looks beautiful on you! Now as of is cleavage bad? In my personal opinion absolutely not! If you are comfortable with some cleavage showing then go for it! Now I think this dress is tasteful and that not that revealing in my opinion. The question is: Do you love it? Are you comfortable in it? Can you see yourself walking down the aisle in this dress? I could understand why people would ask if your mom or your grandma approves, but this day isn't about your wedding dress, but it's about your wedding day and how happy you will be when you become married and if you are happy with this dress I wouldn't let other people's opinions about what you wear affect how you feel about the dress you chose. #lovethedress

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  • Kelsey
    VIP September 2020
    Kelsey ·
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    No cleavage isn't a bad thing! As you said the dress you tried on is too small and your size will fit you better, if you are concerned about it I would wait to see what the dress in your size looks like on you!

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  • Alicia
    Devoted October 2021
    Alicia ·
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    It looks fine, looks stunning
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  • Ivy ORP
    VIP October 2019
    Ivy ORP ·
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    Cleavage is not a bad thing, and it's your wedding day!!! I think the dress is gorgeous and will look amazing on you. I had a bit of cleavage in my dress and no one looked twice, except my wife which was what I was going for anyway. If a dress makes you feel beautiful and confident then rock it! That is what every bride hopes to feel on her day.

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  • Christine
    Dedicated June 2021
    Christine ·
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    I think this dress is STUNNING and works well on you, so go for it! I think if you're concerned about showing too much in church you could always wear a wrap but I think this is totally classy and not too much cleavage at all.


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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    I think that dress is gorgeous on you
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  • Mekalah
    Savvy March 2020
    Mekalah ·
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    I think you look lovely. The deep V gives a little sexy but not too much.

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  • Jenny
    Savvy August 2020
    Jenny ·
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    Girl, it's YOUR wedding, and you're an ADULT. If you feel good in it, wear it! I guarantee your husband's jaw will drop--it's gorgeous!

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  • Cyndy
    Rockstar May 2019
    Cyndy ·
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    No! Your dress is gorgeous on you! If you’re comfortable go for it and don’t worry about what others think.
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  • Jade
    Devoted August 2021
    Jade ·
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    I think you look amazing! 😍 GO FOR IT!!! 🙌🏼
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  • Catherine
    VIP November 2019
    Catherine ·
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    NO!! i love it and think its a gorgeous gown. that is tasteful cleavage. you're not falling out or overflowing. you look fantastic!

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  • Av
    Just Said Yes October 2020
    Av ·
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    No, it's not too much at all! it is fitting, elegant, and very flattering. Your groom will love it, amd mom approves so relax.
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  • Bailey
    Just Said Yes March 2021
    Bailey ·
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    It’s PERFECT!!!! You look amazing and I wish I had boobies like that to rock a dress like this. It’s classy, elegant, and sexy all in one
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  • C
    Just Said Yes June 2021
    Courtney ·
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    It looks great as long as you feel comfortable that is all that matters beautiful

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  • Cherry
    Expert February 2020
    Cherry ·
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    Girl, that's a beautiful dress and you're going to look beautiful on your wedding day! When you said "yes" to that dress you said it knowing you looked sexy and confident and knowing that it was exactly how you wanted to look on the day-of. It's a fantastic dress! Also, your 'ladies' look amazing - all perky.

    I'm struggling with how to get MORE cleavage into my ensemble since I'll be wearing a strapless. Gravity is not my friend these days. My ladies need help! What bra are you using? If you tell me it's au naturale I will be so sad for myself. LOL.

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  • Tessa
    Devoted November 2019
    Tessa ·
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    I searched extensively for a high neck or bateau and I ended up with a deep V lol Theres a reason so many people go with it, its classic, elegant, sophisticated, and flattering. You look like all of that and more!! It's not too much cleavage at all. Perfection!
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  • Sara
    Expert February 2020
    Sara ·
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    As someone who isn't a huge fan of cleavage..i think you look absolutely beautiful!! I don't think it's too much at all. If you love it, wear it.
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  • Abbey
    Savvy June 2020
    Abbey ·
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    You look amazing! Don't second guess yourself Smiley smile
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  • Emily
    Devoted October 2020
    Emily ·
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    No absolutely not. That dress was made for you and it would be a shame for you to change anything about it. You look like a goddess.
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