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November 15, 2007

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Larissa

That is awesome. What a poignant, beautiful project!

RA

Hm. I have a long, white dress hanging in my closet, but for some reason, "The 175-Dollar Dress Project" doesn't have quite the same ring. But it certainly helped my wallet at the time!

Chris Cactus

That's a fantastic idea!

Katie

Oh my gosh, that's fabulous! However, I'm too sentimental and have my wedding dressed preserved in the hope that one day my daughter will want to wear it. Just like I wanted to wear my mother's wedding dress, right?

Nicole

Thanks for posting about her website. I checked it out and contacted her as well. You'd make a beautiful twice-over bride. And did I miss it or did you ever put up your wedding photos?

chronicler

What a great idea. I hope you get picked. What a great photo that would make!

Jennifer

Very cool. My dress still hangs in the garment bag. Do you think I'll be able to convince a future daughter-in-law to wear it, considering I have all sons?

Zandria

This is a fabulous idea. I love it! That would be so cool if she chose you to wear her dress -- and you have such a good idea for the photo shoot, too. :)

Leeann

This is an awesome idea! Might as well get some "real" use outta those hugly expensive dresses!

amber

this is a very ugly dress

aruba beach wedding

i agree with you. if i spent that much money on a dress i would get everything i could out of it.

flower girl dress patterns

Hi! I enjoyed reading your post. I’ve been looking around for such material as I’m starting my blog on flower girl dresses. I’ll be waiting for the updates.

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