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    That's a stunning dress! You should definitely try to give it to someone in need.

    I'm no help, but good on you for donating!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDNTrish View Post
    That's a stunning dress! You should definitely try to give it to someone in need.

    I'm no help, but good on you for donating!
    My mom and I actually picked it out separately together. We had gone to a bridal show and gotten separated for a minute or so, and both of us saw the dress, took a picture, figured out what booth it would be belonging to, and ran up to each other to tell each other. We have the same taste in dresses, and nothing else!

    It just feels so silly to me to have my dress sitting on a shelf. We won't have kids, so not like I can save it to give to a daughter. Plus, with Hub's genes, they'd probably be 8+ inches taller than me. Spent a lot of money on her, so it'd be nice to have her go and be used again.
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    WOW

    GORGEOUS!

    Quote Originally Posted by sassyspoonicus View Post
    It's a lace with sequins/pearlish beads. I'm 5'2", it was hemmed for me to wear 2" heels. It does have a bustle. I wear US 32E & US street size 6ish pants - can't remember what the dress size was, might have been a 4? The interior has a corset with the cups sewn in.



    (hopefully picture works? please ignore whatever face I'm making there...
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