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    Love the dress- even if you are standing in a shop change room. Can only get better once you take it home. Nice choice

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    I think its perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    Love the dress- even if you are standing in a shop change room. Can only get better once you take it home. Nice choice
    I couldn't buy it without getting my ego stroked by all you lovely ladies

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    Perfect! I've looked at that dress in store and it is really lovely.

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    Lovely, very flattering

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    I agree, once you take it home and add the finishing touches (hair style, shoes, make up, earrings and bracelet/ring) it will look even more lovely.


    Where is the wedding? (Outdoor or formal reception, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I agree, once you take it home and add the finishing touches (hair style, shoes, make up, earrings and bracelet/ring) it will look even more lovely.


    Where is the wedding? (Outdoor or formal reception, etc)
    Church wedding, afternoon tea in the church hall, family photos outside and then a fairly relaxed reception at a dedicated reception centre on a farm.

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    Can I ask how you will tweak it for feeding? I think that is a lovely dress. I need to get a nice dress that I will also need to feed in later on (but I would rather buy one now because whenever I go to look for something I can never find it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by IncyWincy View Post
    Can I ask how you will tweak it for feeding? I think that is a lovely dress. I need to get a nice dress that I will also need to feed in later on (but I would rather buy one now because whenever I go to look for something I can never find it!)
    What I'm hoping to do is put vertical slits in the lining over my boobs with a little dart top nd bottom to create a little overlap. Then with the top layer I thought I would cut it at the waistband, hem it and run a bit of elastic in it to keep it tight. It will help that I actually want to shorten the bodice so that the waist sits just nder my boobs.

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