Saturday, November 16, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from The Fashion Spot

26 Affordable Wedding Dresses We Found on Etsy

The Fashion Spot-Apr. 20, 2015
Budget brides are some of the savviest shoppers on the planet. Chances are, if you're planning a wedding, you already know how to cut your floral budget in half ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from The Globe and Mail

It all comes down to this moment once you say 'I do': The dos ...

The Globe and Mail-May 1, 2015
'You may kiss the bride." After all the wedding headaches – venue choosing, cake testing, dress shopping, vow writing – it all comes down to this moment.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Mashable

The most tricked out, high-tech wedding in history is streaming ...

Mashable-Jun. 4, 2015
Then, they were told this year's theme: "the most high-tech wedding ever. ... be able to go dress shopping with her and do other wedding planning things with her ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from The Guardian

Much depreciated: the goods that drop most in value

The Guardian-Oct. 16, 2015
After you say “I do”, that wedding dress is almost worthless. ... Unless you are buying something niche/high end, you are better off shopping on the high street.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

But the common origin and gradual differentiation
dance, poetry and music is obvious enough without further explanation.
The transition from homogeneous to heterogeneous is evident not only in the Department
these arts from one another and from religion, but also in increased
the differentiations through which each of them afterwards undergoes. Below
not to dwell on the countless types of dance, which over time
came into use, and not to spread in the detailed description
progress of poetry, evident in the multiplication of different forms of size, rhymes and General
the structure will restrict ourselves to the music, like the entire group. As
we can conclude from the usages hitherto existing among savage peoples, the first
the musical instruments were, without doubt, percussive - sticks, hollowed out
pumpkins, Tom-Toms - and were used only to denote the tempo in the dancing; in
this constant repetition of the same sound of music is us
the most homogeneous form. The Egyptians had a lyre with three strings. The oldest
the Greek four-stringed lyre was tetrachord. Within a few
centuries were consumed seven and eight strings of the lyre. After thousands
years they reached the "big system" in two octaves. Among all these changes
arose, of course, great diversity of tunes. Simultaneously
came into use in various ways - Doric, Ionian, Phrygian,
Aeolian and Lydian, meet the colors, their number finally came
up to fifteen. So far, however, the size of the music were still little
heterogeneity. Since during this period instrumental music
served as the only accompaniment to the vocal, but the vocal was absolutely
subordinated to the words, as the singer was at the same time, and the poet, singing their
own composition and agree the length of its notes with the footsteps of their
poetry, some of it was bound to happen tedious
uniformity in size