I changed into a party dress halfway through my reception. That was mainly becauseDH and I had a special dance prepared and there was no way I could do it in my wedding dress!
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15-01-2013 13:40 #21
Re: Two dresses
15-01-2013 18:50 #22
No- I'm another who wanted to wear my dress for as long as possible.
You will look beautiful no matter what! I often prefer the simple elegant look to the glitz and glam look- it can be so easy to go over the top. Don't forget that with a simple dress you can add beautiful jewellery more easily than with a more glitzy dress- and if you only buy one dress, then that's more money to spend on jewellery!
15-01-2013 19:02 #23
I think it depends. Mine was $5k so wanted to make the most of it. Wearing it for one day wasn't enough let alone changing into another, loved my dress and will never sell it. If you have two dresses fairly priced then go for it.
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