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Nakad's Dreamy Ball Gown

I'm sitting over here just gagging over Ziad Nakad's dreamy wedding ball gown!
If you're a bride, still unsure of what to wear, but you know the feeling that you want, which is pure magic and stunning bridal beauty, then look no further! This is your gown! Aren't you glad that you checked Vingle first for all your bridal and wedding details?! :)
I am in love with the elaborate detail of the hand stitched appliques. The color of whitish-pewter is giving me so much life right now.
What are your thoughts of Nakad's gown?
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Omg. That's stunning...
i love it but its too much for me i prefer a bit light but i t think it BEAUTIFUL hess and soo dreamy <3
so glad you both love it! @sherrysahar and @ButterflyBlu Ziad Nakad is one of my new favorite bridal designers.
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