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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.
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.
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