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Graduation Dresses – I Need Your Help!

5.04.2010 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

Graduation is right around the corner for me, June 14th to be exact, and I have been struggling with the crucial decision of what dress I should get for the big day! This is a big deal – I am done with school, FOREVER. Let me just repeat that, FOREVER. Can you tell that I am excited? Okay, I could go on about this for awhile…

I have been looking around at some of my favorite brands for dresses. I even let my O.C.D. get the best of me and created a work document with photographs of all the dresses and the details (price, brand, etc.) The more I think about it, it seems the tougher the decision. So this is where our Tog and Porter readers come in! I have decided that I need some help in making this decision, so what better way than to consult you! I will list the dresses, there are three to choose from. I will also show you all a picture of myself, because you need the full effect to make an educated decision!

Here goes….

Here I am in a dress. Use this when making your decision about which dress you think will look best!

The Dresses:

Dress #1

Laundry by Shelli Segal – Beaded Cotton Shift Dress

Dress #2

Laundry by Shelli Segal – Beaded Shift Dress

Dress #3

Laundry by Shelli Segal – Beaded Cotton Shift Dress

Dress #4

Laundry by Shelli Segal – Placed Floral Beaded Shift Dress

So here are the four candidates. Please take a moment to comment and tell me which dress is your favorite! I will be sure to do a follow-up post after the graduation to reveal the winning dress!

One Response to “Graduation Dresses – I Need Your Help!”
  • 05.04.2010

    While it’s not my overall favorite dress on first glance, I think dress #2 would look the best on you. My second choice is dress #3. It’s kind of hard to tell what you actually look like through the hip and thigh area because you are wearing a gathered skirt, but I’m thinking you are wearing a gathered skirt because you maybe want to camouflage that area. If that’s true, then #2 is good because the extended shoulders/cap sleeves will give the illusion of wider shoulders, thus bringing it more into proportion wi th the lower half, and the bold zipper down the back will elongate. Also, this dress looks a little bit for nipped in at the waist, and it appears you have a small waist that you can show off.

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