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October 24, 2010


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Despite the lack of gathers, darts, etc. - the dress is beautiful. And who's to know that it was supposed to be any different? Not like you carry the pattern around to show when you wear the dress. You look absolutely stunning!! Love the cherry fabric!

Erica B.

I like the dress and you look fabulously alluring!


You look great in that dress!

Love the pattern. The dress is still great, but that pattern is just fantastic...


You look gorgeous! :) Even if the dress wasn't made up exactly as the pattern is designed (it's a knock-out pattern!), it's still a lovely style. I adore the cherry print. :)

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Karin van D.

I think the dress is really cute. Those cherries are adorable. And you, well, no need to feel insecure about your looks. Take a look at these pictures and admit to yourself what we all can see: You are beautiful!


This post is a riot!And you my dear are lovely so no need for not wanting to model your outfits via photos on your blog.
Thanks for sharing the story of this dress . It looks great on you!


Happy Anniversary! 19 years is a very big deal and I am duly impressed. And you look gorgeous in the dress, so even though its not all that you want, it still makes you look very attractive.

Thanks btw for calling me pretty...who knew?! *LOL*


What a very pretty and flattering dress! Congratulations on 19 years.


Congratulations on your anniversary! I love the cherries and the dress, even if it doesn't match the pattern. And you! Gorgeous!


What a gorgeous dress on a goegeous gal! Such a wonderfully flattering look for you.

P.S. I looked up the defintion of "fey" and it reads:

"1. Having or displaying an otherworldly, magical, or fairylike aspect or quality.
2. Having visionary power; clairvoyant.
3. Appearing touched or crazy, as if under a spell."

So, I'm an insane fairy with a crystal ball, eh? At first I was a bit miffed and then I realized that you pretty much pegged me. Go figure! :)


Denise: You are totally gorgeous and that is a fantastic dress!

Denise Calhoun

Everyone, thank you for all the compliments. You are so nice!

Shannon, I meant magical and fairylike. I absolutely meant it as a compliment! I love the word and so rarely get to use it!

Elaine Good

That is a gorgeous dress and your hair is fabulous! Wow!


Your means of describing the whole thing in this post is truly fastidious, every one be capable of simply know it, Thanks a lot.

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