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Dessa
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Too much belly?

Dessa, on October 19, 2020 at 11:07 AM Posted in Wedding Attire 0 19
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Too much belly? 1
What do you guys think I love love love the dress but I just don’t want to look chubby

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Latest activity by Tabitha, on October 20, 2020 at 4:27 AM
  • Caytlyn
    Legend November 2019
    Caytlyn ·
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    You are literally the furthest thing from chubby

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  • Katie
    Expert January 2021
    Katie ·
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    Not at all!

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  • Shelly
    Devoted January 2022
    Shelly ·
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    Girl, you look awesome!! Don't even have that idea in your head, the dress looks amazing on you!

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  • S
    Devoted September 2021
    Samantha ·
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    Not at all it looks stunning!!!
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  • Dessa
    Savvy October 2021
    Dessa ·
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    It’s the only thing holding me back from this dress. I literally ordered a sample from the designer to try on because it’s from 2018. A friend of mine got married earlier this year and everyone was talking about how bad she looked in her dress I don’t want to be in love with the dress and look past wether or not it looks good on ME.
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  • Belle
    Rockstar August 2022
    Belle ·
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    What belly? tenor.gif

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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    You look good

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  • Chrysta
    Master November 2022
    Chrysta ·
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    Girl, you absolutely do NOT look chubby in this dress! if that’s the only thing holding you back from getting it, then you have nothing to worry about! That being said, make sure you are going to feel confident in whatever dress you get. You want to feel beautiful, confident, and comfortable in whatever you are wearing for your big day. You are going to have eyes and cameras on you the whole time- Are you going to feel self-conscious? Because that will translate in photos. Also, are you going to feel comfortable to sit down and eat in that dress? Are you going to feel comfortable dancing in it? You want to remember your wedding as one of the the best days of your life- not be miserable and self-conscious. I say this because this happened to one of my friends. She purchased a fitted dress that she looked absolutely amazing in! But, she was still super self-conscious in it, no matter how many people told her how gorgeous she looked. She spent the entire evening trying to suck in her stomach, and refused to eat more than a couple bites of food at her own reception. Nearly all of her professional photos look strained and uncomfortable. So, bottom line, you look amazing in the dress! But even more important than that is how YOU feel in it!
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  • Yasmine
    Rockstar October 2020
    Yasmine ·
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    Doesn't look chubby AT ALL ... Like not even a little lol

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  • Lisa
    Rockstar July 2022
    Lisa ·
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    Beautiful dress!! I agree with all previous comments. Make sure that you feel comfortable and confident in it though, regardless of how gorgeous it looks.
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  • Llcool_Kay
    Expert July 2021
    Llcool_Kay ·
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    You do not LOOK chubby. You look great. If you’re feeling insecure about it you can try a body shaper. Bridal shops have some that fit perfectly with different types of dresses. I don’t think you need it but that’s a suggestion
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  • Mrs. Spring
    Master April 2021
    Mrs. Spring ·
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    Were you looking for praise? My mouth dropped to the floor wjen I saw your pic. I was expecting to see a pot belly but you have a super flat tummy.
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  • M
    Super October 2022
    Michele ·
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    You don't look chubby. However you can still wear a slimming product if you want such as Shapermint
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  • J
    Master 0000
    Judith ·
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    The only difference between your pic, and the models in the designer pictures , is that they are wearing the proper foundations. Fit and flare dresses whether a bell, trumpet or mermaid, are meant to be worn with a petticoat, or a slip with a petticoat bottom. Usually ruffles of stiff netting located between where the skirt spreads out, and your feet, push the bottom section of the dress away from your body when standing or walking. The front of your dress from waist down should never have a hollow where the dress moves between your thighs at all as you walk. That hollow makes the part of the body just above it, front hips and belly, appear to stick out, when it doesn't. With a petticoat, your front should be flat and even , no hollows, from hips to feet, whether seen from the front, or sides. The spread at shoulders and lower legs is also what gives you the appearance of an hourglass. With a loss of the line where the bottom skirt is pushed out by a petticoat, Your hip area appears bigger than below. No, No, not an illusion you want. Take advantage of the spread at bottom with a petticoat, for a nicer body line.
    Too much belly? 2
    Flat front, no indentations from skirt dropping between legs in the middle.
    Your figure is great. There are about 15 different shapes for petticoats, but this type should do.
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  • Michelle
    Rockstar April 2021
    Michelle ·
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    Dress is absolutely stunning on you! If you feel self conscious get a body shaper
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  • Jasmine
    Devoted May 2021
    Jasmine ·
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    Girl stop you have no belly, you are fine. Get that dress and rock your wedding in it!!!
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  • CountryBride
    Super April 2022
    CountryBride ·
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    You don't have a belly you look great you are rockin the dress

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  • Elizabeth
    Elizabeth ·
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    You look stunning really! Don’t stress yourself. You honestly look amazing
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  • Tabitha
    Devoted October 2020
    Tabitha ·
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    Chubby where? You look amazing
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