Wednesday, April 1, 2009

I'm ridiculous

Guess who came home from picking up her newly-taken-in wedding dress from the tailor's last night, and then tried on the dress with all her accessories (jewelry, makeup, veil, shoes) and then paraded around the house for a while checking myself out in every mirror I passed!

That would be me! :lol:

I admit, I was a little worried about the dress when I bought it becuase it was a size too big and didn't look great with all the bagginess. But I LOVE it now that it's taken in and actually fits right! So pretty! I want to wear it every minute of every day!

I'm so glad that I chose to get a nice non-white dress that I can actually wear for more than 1 day in my life, cause now I have a farking awesome dress to wear to future fancy occasions! This is the first dress I have owned since I was a teenager, and those dresses all followed the jewish laws of modesty (sleeves past the elbows, no lower cut then the collar bone). So this is really my first normal fancy dress. :)


  1. I think it's absolutely necessary to parade around the house in your dress. I know I did.

  2. But, don't let B. see you in it before the wedding.

  3. Congrats on the dress.

    Good for you that you didn't cave in for white.

    Question; what is "farking"??

    BTW, there are no Jewish laws of modesty as you describe, it is just practice that has become normative in certain communities.


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