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2015正版葡京赌侠诗 Saying “Gimme That Shiz” to the Dress

  

After my whirlwind trip to four bridal salons, I was still a little bit turned off to wedding dresses. Sure, I was glad that the samples were able to zip in the back, but I still hadn’t found anything I actually liked, let alone something under budget. (Remember, my budget was $500, which a lot of bridal consultants would laugh at.)

Way back in 2009, when I was shamefully trolling wedding blogs on the sly, I started following Mrs. Pretzel’s dress search, which eventually led me to this picture:

Image via Stephanie James Couture

At the risk of sounding completely cliche,2015正版葡京赌侠诗, I actually gasped when I saw this.

That was the very first (and, *spoiler alert*, last) time I ever saw a wedding dress that I just had to have. I loved the silhouette and the fact that it had a poufy skirt without being ridiculous like the Vera Wang sort of was. I liked the clean lines with no bling or lace, I loved that it wasn’t strapless, and I was obsessed with the retro-inspired design.

I had been tentatively toying with the idea of a tea-length wedding dress for a while because I found dresses like these:

Image via lynnsrags on Etsy

Image via Dolly Couture

Image via Dolly Couture

Image via Posh Girl Vintage

Image via Fifties Wedding

I couldn’t leave out Audrey’s dress from Funny Face!

But I didn’t really want a short dress. You’re supposed to have a long dress on your wedding day, ya know? So when I found the Stephanie James dress, it was the best of both worlds! And now some more dress p0rn for you. (The following images are via Stephanie James Couture.)

I saved this dress picture and occasionally gazed adoringly at it for the better part of a year and a half, and when Mr. Unicycle proposed I went right back to it. I figured my dress search would be quick and easy because I’d just buy this one.

Cue record-scratch sound. The dress was custom made and $2,300. Bitch,六和彩2015开奖记录, please. I didn’t even spend that on my last car.

Have you ever fallen in love at first sight with a dress or other inanimate object?

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