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#1 Feb 25 2013 at 2:26 PM Rating: Good
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Since I couldn't possibly admit to checking out the Osacar's red carpet fashions, I present to you a link to red coloured bridal dresses. What say ye, oh Bridal Maven? I found some of these a delightful fusion of Western romanticism with Chinese good-luck traditionalism. Or are these abominations to the dreams of little girls everywhere?

Red wedding gowns.
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I'd avoid anything that would make the husband-to-be think of you as a giant stop sign.
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#4 Feb 25 2013 at 4:56 PM Rating: Good
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So a green dress then?
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Certainly a step in the right direction.

Edit: Actually some of these aren't so bad.

Edited, Feb 25th 2013 3:09pm by someproteinguy
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Something made out of this would make an interesting dress.

Edited, Feb 25th 2013 5:11pm by BeanX
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So a green dress then?
but not a real green dress. that's cruel
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#9 Feb 26 2013 at 8:24 AM Rating: Good
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I got married in a pair of pants. They were ivory colored.


They were bell-bottoms, right?
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#10 Feb 26 2013 at 8:27 AM Rating: Good
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I'd avoid anything that would make the husband-to-be think of you as being constantly on your period.



The woman on the right in the double photo in the source article was definitely rocking that dress though.

Edited, Feb 26th 2013 9:27am by Shaowstrike
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#11 Feb 26 2013 at 9:09 AM Rating: Good
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My wife wore a red wedding dress.
I wore a black leather jacket.
Best wedding ever.
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Elinda wrote:
I got married in a pair of pants. They were ivory colored.


They were bell-bottoms, right?
Lol, if only. Alas, it was the 80's.
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#13 Feb 26 2013 at 9:45 AM Rating: Excellent
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I got married in a pair of pants. They were ivory colored.


They were bell-bottoms, right?
Lol, if only. Alas, it was the 80's.
The 1880's, so, bloomers.
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Elinda wrote:
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Elinda wrote:
I got married in a pair of pants. They were ivory colored.


They were bell-bottoms, right?
Lol, if only. Alas, it was the 80's.
The 1880's, so, bloomers.

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#15 Feb 26 2013 at 9:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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They were bell-bottoms, right?
Lol, if only. Alas, it was the 80's.
The 1880's, so, bloomers.
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#16 Feb 26 2013 at 10:36 AM Rating: Good
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Red wedding gowns are traditional in a lot of countries (China, India, Pakistan, Vietnam). I love red wedding gowns. Granted, in the US it would be looked upon....oddly. But there is a trend of wedding gowns incorporating more color. Not every bride can wear pure white and will gravitate towards other light tones tones (ivory, eggshell, etc.).

Would I wear any of those gowns? Not for myself since my shortness looks weird in all red (I'm a walking strawberry). But if red was one of my wedding colors, I would definitely look into incorporating it into my gown somehow.



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I'd avoid anything that would make the husband-to-be think of you as being constantly on your period.



The woman on the right in the double photo in the source article was definitely rocking that dress though.

At least she looks halfway pleasant; all the others have then sullen grumpy look on their face. I mean models do what models do, but it's a wedding dress so you'd think they at least have them smile or something?
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someproteinguy wrote:
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I'd avoid anything that would make the husband-to-be think of you as being constantly on your period.



The woman on the right in the double photo in the source article was definitely rocking that dress though.

At least she looks halfway pleasant; all the others have then sullen grumpy look on their face. I mean models do what models do, but it's a wedding dress so you'd think they at least have them smile or something?


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Edited, Feb 26th 2013 12:59pm by Shaowstrike
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#20 Feb 26 2013 at 12:06 PM Rating: Good
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I really liked Jennifer Lawrences dress at the Oscars, despite the fact that she tripped over it. I really enjoy her care-free attitude about things. People asked what she thought when she fell and she said, "the f word."

The video was pretty entertaining, you can tell she really doesn't give a sh*t about answering their questions really.

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