Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

The dress that didn't make it down the aisle: Crystal Harris ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 19, 2011
Not all white: Crystal Harris tries on her wedding dress in a new documentary Hef's Runaway Bride which will lift the lid on why she jilted the Playboy mogul just ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Supermodel Molly Sims ties the knot with Hollywood film ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 25, 2011
Wedding guests included Josh Duhamel and his wife, Black Eyed Peas singer, ... Former Sports Illustrated model Sims, 38, wore a dress by Marchesa and ...
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The bride DID wear Chanel: The Lagerfeld dress Lily Allen ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 21, 2011
While Kate Middleton kept us guessing over her choice of wedding dress ... Lily wrote straight back, explaining: 'I wore my BEAUTIFUL Chanel dress to our ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

The Royal Wedding Bridal Party Dresses: All the Details!

People Magazine-Apr. 29, 2011
While Duchess Catherine's dress was the most hotly anticipated look of the royal wedding, her bridal party served up some serious style Friday morning, too.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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To these and other questions ask You to respond in this form..."
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