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All eyes will MOST DEFINITELY be on you--the bride--when you don this spectacular high-low Krikor Jabotian dress as your wedding garment! Even if it's something you slip into when you get to the reception, it's a stunning step away from a large gown.
This one comes from the 2016 Dahlia Collection, which, according to the website, is "Ever so youthful, ever so playful, ever so delicate... and forever a symbol of change: The Dahlia."
And let's just take a second to stare at those sky high stilettos this model is wearing!!!! WOW!

Is this a YES!!!! or a NO!!!!

It's very pretty, but I think it's way to short for a wedding dress. Not that I have a problem with shorter wedding dresses... I just wouldn't want it *that* short. Especially if it's poofy, and stands out! Anyone sitting shorter than your waste gets a hell of a view! Lol!
This could very much be a chic bridesmaid dress--so true! @Animaniafreak But I love to see brides mix things up. Take daring sidesteps. I think this is a good way of doing that--even if it's just for the reception. How much longer @SarahRegulski? Floor length, with a train? Just curious. I think longer would be nice too
This dress is definitely unique, with the big flowers near the neck. I love different and this dress would probably be a yes. But I do like longer dresses because I think they curve your body better. So if it was longer definitely yes.
Long lengths of silk and tulle are marvelous too @petname83. That doesn't make you an old lady! hahahaha I love the fun, flirty, frivolity of this look! So true @brinJSN--this look, as simple as it is, has a lot of dimension--the adornment on the front, the texture of the fabric and the silhouette--love it!
I applaud all the women and drag queens out there that can handle shoes with arches at that height! Sorry you can't dig into heels like that @CelinaGonzalez What about kitten heels? Are they out of the question too? @CandaceJordan Just practice practice practice! hehehe
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