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    Savingfishfromdrowning is offline If you can't change your fate, change your attitude
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    I like the red one, very sexy I don't think I'd wear the full-skirted one as it's a bit much for me, but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    hard isnt it!!!

    i just edited because the first dress (there are 3 links/dress options) wasnt working.... this is the first option in blush colour though http://www.newyorkdress.com/Terani/P...HQs_g#DhtmlDiv
    Love this one! If I had anywhere that I could get away with wearing this, I definitely would

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzlestick View Post
    Love this one! If I had anywhere that I could get away with wearing this, I definitely would
    I love it too... but as PP said i was worried it would look a bit bridey? I would have got it in a light pink blush colour (not a fan of the hot pink/kiwi/aqua) but i suppose blush can still come across bridey too maybe

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    I like the red best. Have you tried on a dress with that line to see how you feel sitting down in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I like the red best. Have you tried on a dress with that line to see how you feel sitting down in it?
    I have tried a mermaid style on but didn't try sitting in it

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    Love the red one.

    I am a short size 6 as well and I know the skirt on the first one would make way to much of me and it's a bit bride like.

    Or the 3rd one in blue, white looks very bride like too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    hard isnt it!!!

    i just edited because the first dress (there are 3 links/dress options) wasnt working.... this is the first option in blush colour though http://www.newyorkdress.com/Terani/P...HQs_g#DhtmlDiv
    This one for sure, absolutely stunning.

    I don't like the red one personally, bit too.... much for my taste. This one however is lovely, still sexy, but elegant as well.

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    I would go the red one, it oozes sophistication and class

    I personally would not choose the first one. When I went to a charity ball the younger girls seemed to wear the ball gowns and I thought it was a bit high schoolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiee View Post
    I would go the red one, it oozes sophistication and class

    I personally would not choose the first one. When I went to a charity ball the younger girls seemed to wear the ball gowns and I thought it was a bit high schoolish.

    Actually that's true. Depends on your age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amiee View Post
    I would go the red one, it oozes sophistication and class

    I personally would not choose the first one. When I went to a charity ball the younger girls seemed to wear the ball gowns and I thought it was a bit high schoolish.
    Hmm this is true. I'm 25 so not 'old' yet wanting to avoid the high school prom look :-)


 

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