I guess I’m at that age. Everyone I know is getting married. I’m happy for them all, but for me it’s just an excuse to shop! We have a wedding to go to at the end of the month. It’s a Jewish ceremony at a synagogue at 5pm with a reception at a different venue.

So, I’m thinking cocktail dress? I have a really pretty dress that I wore to Lena’s wedding, but it’s floor length and I’m not sure that would be appropriate. Cocktail dress seems to be a happy medium. So here are the options I’ve narrowed it down to so far:

I love this dress so much.

I really like this one too but Hushbear doesn’t like it at all.
I almost bought it for J & B’s wedding, but they didn’t have it in my size.

I like this one, but I’m worried it’s a bit young for me.

I love this dress, but not so sure about red at a wedding.
I am considering buying it just to have though. It’s so pretty.

I like it, but think it might be a bit too much.

So, any opinions? Should I stick with the long one I already have or go with one of these? Or are these all terrible and I should keep looking? Leave comments please! I beg you!

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Recovering pharmacy technician, History BA, wife to a workaholic, mommy to one pup and two boys, epileptic, vegetarian. I've got a mouth like a sailor & find myself becoming more cynical & more liberal all the time.
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5 Responses to Wedding

  1. Jason says:

    I think 1 and 2 are both great, the third one not so sure, one shoulder looks can be tricky. the red one is great but like you said, not so sure about it for a wedding. same with 5th, nice, not sure it’s good for a wedding.

  2. Ash says:

    I like the red one. But then I always like the red one.

  3. kelly says:

    I LOVE the first one. I like the wider shoulder straps. I also really like the red dress, but I would go with the first one.

  4. Bananafanafofara says:

    Oooh I like the cut of the red dress. Besides, the Jewish holy land is in Israel. Israel is in Asia. In many Asian countries, red is considered good luck. Ergo, wearing red at a Jewish wedding is o-tay) ;D

    But I’d go with 1 or 2. They’re fun and flirty yet mature. Like an almost 30-year old should be. 😉

  5. Frances says:

    I love the first one for the wedding and I would definitely get the red.

    I wish I could pull a dress like that off.. Need to lose some more weight before I can try that lol.

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