So I went dress shopping for the first time yesterday, and I went in thinking, "I'll just find out what looks good on me so that I'll know what style to look for, and then go from there." Slight problem: Everything looked good. They squeeze them on you and put those clips on the back so that they perfectly fit, and everything looked amazing. I'm kind of rectangular shaped (as in my waist is not that extreme of a difference from my small chest), so I thought that AT LEAST I would find that a mermaid style didn't work - but no, it looked really nice too. I think what was extra confusing is that if I had been forced to pick one of the dresses from yesterday, the dress I would pick was nothing like what I thought I wanted. But really, I could have been perfectly happy with any one of the dresses that I tried on.
On the bright side, I did learn that ivory looks best. That's all I learned, but hey, it's something.
Have other people had this problem? I'm usually a very decisive person, so it was shocking to realize that I liked them all just fine. How do you pick a dress when they all seem like good choices?