香港仔心水论坛Dress-Shopping Adventures The Shopping Begins

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Waking up on dress-shopping day is much like Christmas morning. For probably the first time ever I was up before 7:00 AM sans alarm or 10 snoozes. As I rushed around the house getting ready,香港仔心水论坛,http://www.291234.net/291234_com/201503/490.html, our crew was getting excited—exchanging Facebook posts, comments, and texts.

Bride and bridesmaid commenting / Personal photo

From Huntsville, Momma Narwhal, Gramma Narwhal, MOH L, and I left around 8:00 AM heading toward Toronto. Our first stop was Sash and Bustle. MOH Cass met up with us in the parking lot,http://www.hk60.net/www_hk60_net/201503/482.html, and we all headed to the store together.

Andrea (part-owner with her sister) greeted our team and instructed us how to browse the racks. I knew I wasn’t very comfortable spending anything over $1,www.476789.com,http://www.55548.info/www_55548_info/201503/6.html,000; however, since Sash and Bustle’s dresses start at $1,000, I was willing to try on more expensive dresses. My mission of Sash and Bustle was to find dresses that would help give me an idea of what I wanted. In the event I found something that was “the one,” we’d cross that bridge when I got there.

Andrea was really great,http://www.bh989.net/www_bh989_com/201503/476.html, and we kept all the dresses under $2,000 to try on. I loved the set-up of the store. The change room was around a corner and had its own mirror. Something I appreciated (foreshadow moment here) was the ability to look at myself in a dress, form an opinion, and then come around and share with my ladies.

I don’t know the names of most of the dresses, except the one that was the clear winner at Sash and Bustle.

I’ll just let the photos do the talking from here on out,最快现场开奖直播. I also think it’s pretty much a rule that your face looks ridiculous in photos when trying on dresses,www.999818.com.

Peace out, Mr. Narwhal!

Image via OB Rag

First dress,http://www.673344.info/www_673344_info/201503/9.html! Go big or go home,http://www.291234.net/www_291234_com/201503/489.html.

A little too revealing for my liking—this was my favourite on the rack,http://www.38636.info/xianggang6hecai/201503/7.html.

Despite my face, I was IN LOVE with this dress.

Love this dress,http://www.245678.net/www_245678_com/201503/475.html, not quite there.

Everyone loved this dress, but I had a hard time visualizing myself wearing it.

Another fun big gown

Loving the pockets

Again with the fav—,http://www.577588.info/577588_com/201503/7.html;loving the birdcage action.

This is the same dress with its covering shirt as an option.

At Sash and Bustle I achieved what I wanted. I had a standard for the dress that I would buy. I knew the shape of dress that suited my body and found out that I had a major love for the sweetheart neckline. I also was able to lay my Grace Love Lace obsession to a rest knowing that I was into more structured dresses. I left the store with a love for Cheylene by Truvelle, and I knew if all else failed I had a dress to wear (an expensive dress,www.111765.com, but a dress).

Next stop, David’s Bridal.

Did you try on dresses outside of your budget?

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