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Dress from Target???

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There's no rule saying that your wedding dress has to be crazy expensive. And its not like everyones going to ask you how much you paid for your dress. The only thing that matters is that you feel amazing in it. Have you checked out J-Crew and Ann Taylor yet? They have some more affordable gowns too :)

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i was looking at the other dress w the sash the other day....its exactly what im looking for-simple and sleek. the reviews helped me, and like the other girls said you can always return it, so if shipping is the only thing you have to lose i say go for it!

 

i know i wont ever wear the dress again, so i dont see the point in spending $$$$$ on it.

 

hope it works out for you

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I have a secret..... I LOVED my dress, but in retrospect, I wish I would have searched a little longer to find an alternative dress that I also loved that was a few dollars cheaper. Now I have a $800 (plus $200 alterations) dress sitting in my closet looking lonely. I doubt I can resell it- I'm 5' and no way in hell do I expect my future daughter (that is if I have one) to wear it. Sooooo sigh....Save the money if you find something you really like!

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Do you have a picture of the dress? Can you send us the link? (Just to see pics hehe) It absolutely doesn't matter where your dress is from. Hell, it wouldn't matter if you found it at a thrift store. (One of my friends found a gorgeous dress there :) Just buy what you love, and if it's not what you thought then you can exchange it, or even use it for your TTD if you want :)

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