Australian beauty blogger Tina Yong recently made headlines when she shared a YouTube video in which she tried out appropriate wedding dresses from e-commerce site Wish.
The social media star from Melbourne showed how different the dresses look online in real life, and now Tina has released a new version, this time with dresses from the Korean fashion and beauty site YesStyle.
Tina had high expectations of the parts, which cost between $ 60 and $ 364 and seemed to be of decent quality at the first inspection.
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Beauty blogger Melbourne, Tina Yong (photo), reviewed six wedding dresses from the Korean fashion website YesStyle to see how accurate the advertisements are
And the beauty blogger was initially impressed with her first dress, the $ 64 Sennyo Halter Neck Beaded Tulle in Evening White.
The halterneck dress contained five rows of tulle at the bottom and embroidered floral embroidery around the neck piece.
& # 39; The inside feels pretty structured – it has boning and there is padding around the boob area, which is good! & # 39; she said in the video.
& # 39; However, it is a bit dirty, it seems to have gray dust stains on it, so I'm not sure what's going on. & # 39;
After trying out the dress, Tina admitted that although she liked the look, she didn't like it.
& # 39; It actually feels like a wedding dress – the length is pretty good for me and the fit, but there's nothing in the cupping boys, & # 39; she said.
In general, Tina said she wouldn't mind wearing it for a photo session before the wedding.
Tina liked this $ 64 halter neck wedding dress, but didn't love this one, which was well made with boning and padding around the bust
Then Tina tried the Jinfuna embroidered long sleeve A-line gray dress of $ 84, which came with star-shaped embroidery and see-through sleeves.
She thought the piece would be perfect as a second dress to put on for her evening reception, but immediately left the dress when she saw how badly fitting the filling was over her chest.
& # 39; I just feel it is so distracting – the position of the bra pad is so strange. I can't stop looking at my breasts!, & She said.
& # 39; I'm not sure if these hanging pieces are hanging on it, I feel like an octopus! & # 39; she laughed and held up excess pieces of fabric that hung at the waist of the dress.
Tina concluded that she would not wear the dress for her wedding or a shoot.
Tina bought this dress to possibly change in for her evening reception
But she was disappointed with the ill-fitting filling over the bust
For just $ 61, Tina's third option – the Off Shoulder A-Line white evening dress – was the cheapest of her six picks and she immediately stated that it was a & # 39; pretty beautiful wedding dress & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; I didn't think I'd like the sleeves, but I really like the off-the-shoulder cut, & # 39; she said.
After turning around in the dress for a few minutes, Tina admitted that the hair was a bit & # 39; itchy & # 39; felt.
All in all, Tina said she felt like a bride in this budget-friendly dress.
For only $ 61, Tina's third option (left) was the cheapest of her six choices, but still managed to feel like a real bride
Tina expected to fall in love with her fourth dress, the $ 152 sleeveless A-line wedding dress with a full train.
But she was immediately disappointed when she fitted the dress.
& # 39; I thought spending $ 152 would be a better dress, but the fit is not right, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; If it was tightened at the waist and if the shoulder straps were a little thinner, I might like it – but the only thing I can see is what's going on with the breasts, just two big heads here ! & # 39;
Tina had high expectations of the $ 152 sleeveless A-line wedding dress (left) but was immediately eliminated by the large bra cups peeking out of the fabric
The last two dresses were Tina's most expensive purchases.
First she opted for the $ 270 bridal sleeveless A-line wedding dress in medium size, which had an extravagant layered skirt and a deep neckline.
& # 39; This is a legitimate wedding dress – it weighs around 7 pounds or so!, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; It's so heavy and so long. It has multiple layers and I really like that it is not completely white – there is a nice beige underlay on the inside.
& # 39; There are sequins and beads all over the bodice, but it doesn't look cheap, & # 39; she said before putting on the dress.
The $ 270 bridal sleeveless A-line wedding dress (left) was one of Tina's more extravagant choices, but it didn't quite meet expectations when the unmanageable fabric refused to stay in place
But although she liked the model's dress, Tina admitted she didn't feel the same about wearing it.
& # 39; This dress needs to be steamed – none of it wants to stay low! & # 39; she said, pointing to the organza front panel and layered layers on the skirt.
In general, Tina liked how small her waist looked in the dress, but said it was too exaggerated for her style.
Finally, Tina tried the $ 364 Champagne Bridal spaghetti ball dress that came in two pieces with a see-through top with long sleeves under the dress.
She immediately called it her favorite of the six YesStyle designs.
Finally, Tina tried the $ 364 Champagne bridal spaghetti strap dress (photo) and said she would definitely wear the dress for a pre-wedding shoot because she & # 39; is a princess & # 39; felt
& # 39; Of all dresses, I like this the most. It's not perfect, but it's pretty flattering for my body shape, & she said, adding that she would remove the intricate bead over the chest.
After trying the dress without the sheer top with long sleeves underneath, Tina said she loved the look so much that she would even consider it on her actual wedding day.
& # 39; I would totally wear this for a pre-wedding shoot. I had high expectations of this dress because it was the most expensive, and yes – I feel like a princess! & # 39; she said.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted YesStyle for comments.
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