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    I agree with everyone else, it's not really something you'd wear to a wedding.

    Check out queenbee.com.au. They have some lovely maternity special occasion dresses! A lot of celebrities have been spotted wearing their clothes.

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    I think they are beautiful! You can dress them up with accessories. We had a lot worse at our wedding, and some very similar to those you pictured (but in mini dress versions) and I thought they looked fantastic!


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    Thank you ladies!

    I do feel the need to cover up. If it was just the belly it would be ok but it's more my boobs. They have gone from a manageable C/D cup to a ridiculous F cup and I suspect they will be even bigger by next month. I need a bra and a support top to feel comfortable so no sleeveless dress is going to cut it.

    Thanks again for your honesty and support!

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    Have a look around for a nice maxi dress. I wore one to a wedding when I was pregnant with my first and it was comfortable while still being really formal. At 6.5 months you don't want to be feeling uncomfortable all night.

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    I'd probably go for a black maxi dress (empire line) & accessorise. There's a few on here:
    http://www.shopstyle.com.au/browse?f...y+maxi+dresses

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnymama View Post
    Thank you ladies!

    I do feel the need to cover up. If it was just the belly it would be ok but it's more my boobs. They have gone from a manageable C/D cup to a ridiculous F cup and I suspect they will be even bigger by next month. I need a bra and a support top to feel comfortable so no sleeveless dress is going to cut it.

    Thanks again for your honesty and support!
    I know the feeling! I went from an e to an h-I cup! It's not fun!

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