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    I agree with the others about going into a store or If you can, borrow from from a friend. I have been in your position before, ordered online and then item hasn't fit or I didnt like it, and have then been stuck with limited options.
    I pregnant plus bigger than normal and going to my partner's work do. Not totally pumped about it. I am wearing a maxi dress and will straighten my hair for once.

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    Default AAAAHHHHH.Fashion help needed!

    I find city chic always have something nice, but you're looking at between $70-$120 depending on if you want a short or long dress. Crossroads have a good selection & price or I find Katie's sometimes have a few good things in there that are fashionable but size conscious. If you want to get your make up done, i would suggest going to Napoleon, it costs about $80 but you get $80 worth of make up, so you really get your make up done for free!


 

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