Friday, November 15, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

'She is the only person who will tell me if something looks ...

Daily Mail-Jan. 20, 2016
And with Victoria Beckham's fashion expertise, it's not surprising bride-to-be Eva ... of the London-based designer as she shops for the 'perfect' wedding dress.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Mic

How the Wedding Industry Screws Over Working Women

Mic-Jul. 29, 2016
Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most magical and ... them altered and everything else that comes with the wedding dress shopping process.
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Is It Ever Okay to Tell a Bride You Don't Like Her Dress? 23, 2016
Telling the bride you think the dress makes her butt look big during the shopping process? Helpful. Telling the bride you think the dress makes her butt look big ...

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