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    Yep formal or bridesmaid dresses usually come in white and are much cheaper

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    I'm a size 10-12 and recently got married at 18 weeks. I found out I was pregnant a few weeks after I bought my dress ... oops! My dress was a very slim-fitting Maggie Sottero. I went to a dress alterations shop and they recommended a corset back in such situations, so they opened up the zip, inserted hooks either side and a ribbon to tie the hooks together. A very simple fix but it meant that they didn't have to cut the fabric (which was very delicately beaded). So I would definitely go for maximum expansion with your corset. In my wedding photos, you can definitely see a small pregnancy bulge from the side, but from the front you couldn't tell. I'm 21 weeks now, and have grown quite rapidly in the last week, so much so I need to buy some larger clothes.


 

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