Great job! If you can't order a new dress (or can't afford to) look for a dressmaker. Not even someone who does alterations. That is such a significant loss that the dress could be almost disfigured to alter it. 2 sizes can be done, but 12 might be pushing it!
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Wow!! Congrats!!! Keep up the awesome work! :)
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that's a good thing. congrats on the smaller sz.
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find a good alterations person but don't have the work done until shortly before the wedding. congratulations on the weight loss. what a good dilemma!
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Deb - I think you need to appreciate the difference in sizing between the US and NZ....just remember they have those crazy 0 sizes that have no equivalents in other markets...the drops are VERY dramatic in the US...who knows why...must have a consumer buying advantage of some kind...:-)
Okay its awesome to lose to weight (Even if I've sucked at it lately).....but not so good when you're in a wedding in 50 days. I ordered my bridesmaid dress in January, ordered a size smaller in "Case" I lose weight. Well the dress came in - went to get it today. Its a size 22, completely falls off me. They re-measured me and I should be in a size 12.....woops!
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