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Saw MY dress on the former Ms Hawaii...Eek!



 
 
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MANDIETERRIER1
Posts: 13,511
7/27/12 5:54 P

Every bride looks beautiful on her big day. I am sure the friend that saw the former Ms. Hawaii wont even remember when she sees you walking down the aisle.



JENNIFERLYNN128
Posts: 56
7/20/12 1:33 P

Thanks :) I know you are both right.



SCTK519
Posts: 2,085
7/20/12 1:28 P

Don't go to the designers website then. All those models are like size double zeros and airbrushed to hell. :) It's going to happen with anything; people may be smaller than you or bigger, maybe they have a smaller waist than you, but you've got smaller hips, etc. Don't worry about it.

Edited by: SCTK519 at: 7/20/2012 (13:28)


LUANN_IN_PA
Posts: 15,880
7/19/12 6:50 P

And when YOU post YOU photos on Facebook, some girl who has the same dress will think " I'm going to look like a troll in it! I"

There will ALWAYS be people smaller than you... and larger than you.
Don't try to measure up to anyone...



JENNIFERLYNN128
Posts: 56
7/18/12 12:55 P

As I was browsing through my facebook news feed, I saw that one of my friends had recently traveled to a destination wedding of one of her friends. Planning a wedding myself, I clicked to check out the pictures! I see the bride is wearing the same dress that I purchased for my big day...Not a big deal..if she wasn't a size 3, super tan..and the former Mr. Hawaii. It made me feel like I'm going to look like a troll in it! I know that it's an exaggeration....but definitely but a damper on my day. I suppose I'll change the negative to positive and just work extra hard to get myself dress ready by my big day! Anyone else ever have something like this happen?



 
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