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Hey gils I new here but am following this post for along time  ve been delighted with this conversation all of this wonderfull stuff plz help me to find the replicca of this dress I already contacted dressilyme and they said it difficalt to immitat the skirt apperantly its a bit little coplicated soo what do you recommend to me to go for this dress am in love with it plz help me girls  thanks

 

 

 

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Ok, Need a little assistance (again)... I just received pics of my belt from my dress - Maggie Soterro Arabella...  How do you think it looks?  As always thanks again for ANY help - I'm terrible at this.... All I know is I just don't want it to look cheap!

 

 

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Ok, Need a little assistance (again)... I just received pics of my belt from my dress - Maggie Soterro Arabella...  How do you think it looks?  As always thanks again for ANY help - I'm terrible at this.... All I know is I just don't want it to look cheap! LL Original (Tried to blow it up - bit blurry) LL
I am not great at this but I think it looks nice. The only thing it kinda looks like it is gonna b shorter than the original.

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That is gorgeous! I wish I chose that for my dress. The beading is a little chunkier than the original but I prefer it.

Ok, Need a little assistance (again)... I just received pics of my belt from my dress - Maggie Soterro Arabella...  How do you think it looks?  As always thanks again for ANY help - I'm terrible at this.... All I know is I just don't want it to look cheap! LL Original (Tried to blow it up - bit blurry) LL

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This is my raw edge chapel length veil with removable blusher:

 

 

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I think i prefer it without the blusher though:

 

 

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I'll have to see though- FI is really set on lifting the veil

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Oh that's a great news about wedding destinations, Thanks for the post buddy. I would suggest the place Florida as a first choice. What a marvelous place that was!!I would definitely suggest these place for all my colleagues who are preparing for a wedding. Very natural place to have a memorable and most beautiful marriage of yours!!Then for what are you waiting ...lets go and enjoy it. http://www.simpleweddingsflorida.com/

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Originally Posted by xbubbix View Post

 

That is gorgeous! I wish I chose that for my dress. The beading is a little chunkier than the original but I prefer it.

 

 

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Ok, Need a little assistance (again)... I just received pics of my belt from my dress - Maggie Soterro Arabella...  How do you think it looks?  As always thanks again for ANY help - I'm terrible at this.... All I know is I just don't want it to look cheap!

 

 

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Hi Donna! You said that you're going to have a wedding at Punta Cana? Wow, sounds like you're having a great Caribbean wedding! Well, the band doesn't (and will not) look cheap. Proper accessorizing is the key for any wedding dress, expensive or not, to look fabulous. I think having a head jewelry, like a hair comb made of Swarovski and rhinestone crystals, is just great for that garb. A colored one so it'll be a statement accessory or somewhat a focal point, given that nice band you've posted. But if you don't wanna use a head jewelry, then you can wear an elegant earrings or a necklace with that as long as you keep it to a minimum. Ones with colors (or subtle hues, depends on your taste) to make your look a little playful and lively. Then again, as with any get-up, there should be a focal point for it. I hope you'll have the wedding of your dreams Donna. Regards!

 

 

 

 

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