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I purchased my dress online pretty well as soon as we got engaged (and it was 50% off - total $150!!). I have liked it since before I met my groom (4 years ago). I did still go do a day in a couple gallery's, but when I put this one one nothing topped it. My MOH and Mom totally agree that nothing compared to what I found. So happy. 

http://www.simplydresses.com/shop/viewitem-PD483860

wow, that's a gorgeous dress

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I purchased my dress online pretty well as soon as we got engaged (and it was 50% off - total $150!!). I have liked it since before I met my groom (4 years ago). I did still go do a day in a couple gallery's, but when I put this one one nothing topped it. My MOH and Mom totally agree that nothing compared to what I found. So happy. 

http://www.simplydresses.com/shop/viewitem-PD483860

Very pretty! Love the back 

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@@helenk

Thanks have you been looking yet for dresses?

Sorry I totally just saw this! Hadn't been on here in a while and I don't get notifications on my phone when I get replies for some reason. I started dress shopping last month and I found my dress this week!

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Finally found my dress! Yay!

 

 

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@@helenk - beautiful dress!!! 

 

Sorry I totally just saw this! Hadn't been on here in a while and I don't get notifications on my phone when I get replies for some reason. I started dress shopping last month and I found my dress this week!
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Finally found my dress! Yay!


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@@pykx82 - this dress is gorgeous. will work for so many locations! 

 

So far the ONLY thing I've decided on for the wedding is my dress, haha.

 

http://www.maggiesottero.com/dress.aspx?style=5MS162&page=0&pageSize=36&keywordText=&keywordType=All

 


 

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@@AllieH Thanks!  I can't wait for it to come in so I can actually try it on in my size.  Now if only our travel agent would get back to us with our group rate so we could do some legit planning...

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Anyone interested in a Maggie Sottero Divina sz 12? I fell in love with Maggie Sottero Marianne this weekend.

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I actually just posted this on another dress forum, and just saw this one, too...

 

I ended up going with something more formal than I had thought I wanted, but it's still flowy and beachy. When I put it on, I just loved it and felt comfortable. I, personally, am not a fan of satin, so I knew I didn't want to go that route. Also, I have a large chest, so I knew I didn't want strapless. This dress has a nice little train too. I also have a mid-length veil with subtle silver beading along the edge and the flower clip for my hair (the beading and stitching is more silver in person). (I have long hair but I plan to wear it back in a loose bun of some sort.) Then I have my glitter shoes (!!!!), which I'll be wearing for the reception.

 

The short dress is my "back-up" dress. I am trying to be realistic in thinking that I might get overheated being in my dress for 6+ hours, so I wanted to get a cute white dress that I could change into, if need be, and still look like the bride. This one was very reasonably priced, so it was worth it to me to at least have it. I might get a glitzy belt/sash for it.

 

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@@JenniferH114 I like both dresses, it might be a little dressier than some but I think it still fits a DW perfectly :). I also started shopping for something very "beachy", but wen i tried on the more formal dresses I knew I needed to go that route :). Maybe I should think of a short back up dress because I know I'm going to absolutely cook in mine but I want to suck it up because I just love it that much! I saw one today as part of david's bridal new spring collection and it was beautiful, but close to $1000 :S. 

 

PS love those glitter shoes and the hair flower! 

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@@JenniferH114 Oooh so pretty and elegant but can pull it off on the beach too! And the short one is super cute too. If you are doing a trash the dress you could always use the short one as well. 

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