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Dress you up in my love (part 4)

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At this boutique they were very generous in letting us take photos. My mom took most of these and I apologize in advance for making funny faces-- I didn't know when she was taking them!


This was from Alfred Sung's Paradise line. I really liked the brooch on the front of this one.

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If memory serves, this next one was by Casablanca. I looked like Juggs McGee in this one! The lace was pretty but I wasn't fond of the look overall.

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This one was by Cymbeline. The fabric was lighter than air, but it was above my price range. Plus it didn't have a sweetheart neckline either.

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I really liked this one, despite the fact that it is part of the Disney Bridal collection. It was the only chiffon gown I tried that actually flattered me, and it being from the Ariel collection, I was really digging the mermaid shape. It was definitely one of the beachier gowns that I tried and I'd put it in my top five overall.

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This Paloma Blanca was another favorite. I really liked that the train/bow in the back was detachable and the low back made me feel sexy. My mom didn't like it though and kept saying it looked like my "boobies were in a basket."

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I still had one more boutique to visit before I finally made a decision.

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alysonl
Nov. 26th, 2008 03:10 pm (UTC)
I totally see what you mean about a sweetheart neckline—it is so flattering on you. The lace one is my favorite of all you've shown us so far because of the reciprocity—it just looks so good on you, and you look so good in it. It isn't a stand-out, unique design (like you see it and say, "Whoa, I've never seen anything like that!"), but it's a really pretty frame for you and you are a unique design. :)
maggieplans
Nov. 26th, 2008 04:28 pm (UTC)
Aww thanks! Looking back it is really pretty. I guess I figured that I loved lace gowns, just not on me.
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