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honeylissabee asked:

02 Nov 2009

Would this be a good idea to handle the problem with my dress?

I need to get a dress for a church Christmas banquet, but I'm worried a short dress will be too informal (it's a "night at the Oscars" theme....the youth pastor's wife is wearing her WEDDING dress). However, I don't have much money to spend on a dress to wear once.



I'll need a nice dress to wear to a few upcoming occasions, but nothing as formal as the dress I'll need for this dinner.



I'm thinking about sewing the dress and then after the event shortening it a bit to make it more semi-formal. What do you think? Would that be a good way to handle this problem?

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

very nice. as long as you know how to hem or you have someone that knows how.

bethanyjl

bethanyjl says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

Yes i think that a good idea:)

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

http://www.manufacturer.com/images/product/www.alibaba.com/0307/o/11001361_Ladies_Prom_Cocktail_Summer_Dress.jpg



some of these dresses could be shortened but look great long

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