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wow, that first dress is from Macys? I have to go to Macys I work at Herald Sq so Im going to have to go one of theses days and check them out. Honestly I didnt even know they sold wedding dresses there

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Awww thanks! both for the support of career switch and liking the dress..i was trying to find a pic of the other one to show you but i couldnt find it..so confused lol

as for the teaching, yea thats what i was doing for the last 6mths was subbing, i love it and so glad i made the switch just wish i could get a job lol.

so first i was stressing saying how am i going to not work, then i said if i am not working its meant to be so that I can take as many days off as id like when we get married, and ill just sub in the mean time..i mean subs make pretty good $ in ny, just sucks because there is no stability or insurance..then again..i'll have a huzzzband who can put me under his insurance..so weird saying that lol

OMG im so stupid..i saw the trash the dress thing, 1st of all never made the connection to TTD, second of all i literally thought it meant like trashing the dress and in my head i was thinkin "what a bunch of freaks who the hell would want to do that, thats just bizarre" i swear sometimes i wonder how i function with my dizzyness lmao.

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I've heard great things about Rk bridal from a few of my friends who had DW and purchased their dresses there and I've visited Pronovias they have beautiful dresses. Went to Davids Bridal and hated the department store feel of it. Thought of going to Kleinfelds but I heard they charge for an apppt and they are pushy I don't get married till next July so I'm waiting till January to officially go dress shopping.I also went to Priscilla of boston for my BM dresses they have a great selection at all prices. I work in fashion and in the "Garment District" there are soooo many bridal salons. There is a bldg- 1385 Broadway in the city, it is considered the Bridal bldg the 12th floor is all bridal shops.


I would defintely start looking sooner because it is not an easy task finding a dress. You are beautiful and I'm sure everything is going to look great on you. Also, depending on the designer it can take up to 6-8 months for the dress to come in and then you need 2 months for alternations.

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yeah all of those dresses are from Macys, the bridal salon is on the 8th floor, it took some time to go up all those escalators, we went to Bridal Garden then stopped there because we had time before the train. We didn't have an appointment but we made one for 20 min later and they were so nice and helpful. I am so confused about which dress! This is so much fun but everything looks so beautiful I cannot decide!

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OMG im having the same prob..everything i try from the ones that seem like what i would want to try i love..its sooo hard, and then i dont want to get one of them because what if i like something more??.

The macys one isnt their bridal dept..its that designer demetrios, they only have their dresses, they said its leased from macys, but not part of macys..which kind of sucked because they only have that one designer there

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ok all the dresses are fab!!! sexy!!! and def aren't the common wedding dress. my point of advice is do not and i repeat do not try on dresses out of your range of budget because you will fall in luv and do whatever it takes to buy it. believe me !!!! i said i was satying around 1500, while waiting to try dresses on at rk bridal looking through a book ended up trying on a sposa by st pucchi and fell in luv ended up not listening to the sales lady heard 40% off discontnuing designer and left came back w/ bff tried it on again she got the goose bump factor and i was sold! i'm a loser though it was only 40% off the sample, it was way too small, end result 3700 later i bought it anyway. i couldn't live without it!!! don't be me !!! lol

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KarenM: are the dresses at the Birdal Garden new or second hand?
They are samples that were donated by the various designers, a portion of the money is supposed to go to charity.

I bought my dress from Pronovias. The boutique is beautiful and my sales girl is Carmen. She is wonderful. She also worked at Kleinfields and was on "Say Yes to the Dress." They have BEATUIFUL dresses and the pricing is great they start at $1100 and goes up to $15,000. Good luck their site is Pronovias - Vestidos y trajes de novia - Wedding dresses and bridal gowns - grupo take a look at all the beauty!!

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Which dress did you chose from pronovias? I keep going on their site they have such amazing stuff
Click the image to open in full size.

There she goessmile29.gif I couldn't take it off. I am not going to wear the bolero though.

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