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Any Alfred Angelo Brides out there?

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I was wondering which style # you all chosed for your wedding.

 

I am wearing #1136 to my wedding. To me, it's a classic look and it's not too heavy for me to wear!

 

My dress is arriving sometime in July! I am so wicked excited to try it on!!!!

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My second favorite dress was an Alfred Angelo, style # 2100.

 

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I loved how it looked on but it was constricting and hot so I just couldn't commit to it. But I totally would have chosen it if we were having a traditional wedding at home.

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I absolutely fell in love with this dress the moment I tried it on! No other dress compared to it at the time. 3 weeks ago I went to pick up my dress and (1) it was huge on me and (2) I dont feel like it will be good for a DW. I paid way too much for it so Im sticking with it, I just hope I wont feel too hot in it...

 

 

tani-that dress is gorgeous!

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I am an Alfred Angelo bride x2!

 

Here is my first dress (mine is in ivory): (I had the entire bow/extra fabric on the left hip removed...)

http://theringbearer.ca/wedding_fash...n&item_id=3963

 

And my second dress (my TTD...and mine is in ivory)...the pictures do not do this dress justice, the beading is gorgeous:

Alfred Angelo... Find the perfect Wedding Dress, Bridesmaid Dress, Prom Dress, Flower Girl Dress or Mother of the Bride Dress at Alfred Angelo.

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This is my Alfred Angelo dress. It is #2000NT. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it - when I was looking for a bridesmaids dress for my sister's wedding. As soon as my fiancé proposed I was like, "I totally know my dress!!"

 

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