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katica

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Hello,
I don''t know if anyone has already discussed this or not and it may seem like a silly detail - but if your dress'' train is long, how do you plan to dance at the reception? Won''t it get in the way?? I have a dress in mind (Respiro by Pronovias). It has a sweeping train and I''m just wondering if it''ll give me problems dancing.
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ash313

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Yup, a bustle should do the trick!

Here are some examples:

http://www.leanna.com/Bridal/Bustles.htm
 

katica

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Thanks!
Can you tell I know nothing about dresses? I feel like a dope :)

Thanks again
 

ash313

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Don''t feel like a dope! This is the first time for a lot of us! We''re here to help each other as we learn!
 

Sabine

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If you know nothing about bustles, then you should know that you do have to get a seamstress to add it and that will cost money, but usually it''s a pretty standard charge, and the simpler the bustle, the less the charge.
 
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