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Dressestylist dresses

I don't think you really might get bored of wedding dresses because alas all ladies love watching them both on themselves and their special ladies. And to tell the truth most of us love simply look at wedding dresses for fun. Because they are beautiful and so festive. Right now I'm on public holidays in Russia due to New Year but this can not really stop me from blogging. Because I have one more posts series for you. This time I've teamed up with Dressestylist shop to show you the best pieces they have. In January you'll see a lot of their lovely dresses decided in best website categories, purely lovely. In fact they took my heart away. Why? Because these are great wedding dresses after all! This week subject is Wedding Dresses UK (because the shop is mostly targeted on gals from United Kingdom - I know a lot of my readers are happy to hear that). But in fact if it was up to me I'll say The Best wedding dresses uk so something like that. The most beautiful. Ok, dresses of your dream!
As I often do reviewing some shop, I look through the category and pick my favorites. Should I say it was a tough decision this time? If you already check the shop and its website you definitely noticed how good those dresses are. So I not only chose dresses I like but made them vary the most possible.
My first choice is long, laced strapless dresses with very passionate red belt (see below), I especially love the 'tail' of it - so sexy and chic! I immediately imagine wedding photos with this tail working nicely covering the grass. This dresses is perfect for passionate even a little furious lady who wants to show her temper even through her wedding dress.

My second choice is more tender, girly option. I think this dress is perfect for spring wedding, reminds me of Ophelia in some way (and yes I know Ophelia is more of summer but that's how I feel, right?). I love how tutu is used here especially on shoulder details. I also adore a big flower on it - it's amazingly cute detail to add.

My third pick is a dress I wouldn't normally suggest of even like but this one for some reason made me look on it for minutes. Classic design, when I was little I though all wedding dresses look like this but stilly catchy. Huge tutu skirt, corset which helps to work the torso on special day (but remember you'll have to pay for it having little issue with comfort seating) and charming deep purple best to highlight the whistling. This dress definitely looks dreamy!
Which is you fave?
P.S. apologies for adding all of my three dresses with belts, I seam to be in to it a little.

I was lusting over:
Dressestylist wedding dresses

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. All the dresses are so pretty!
    Jolahogg.blogspot.ie

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  2. So nice dresses!
    xoxo

    beblondie.blogspot.com

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  3. Lovely dresses! <3

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  4. the third dress is my fav but without the belt :) great post!

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  5. Pretty dresses!

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  6. Beautiful, love the last dress <3

    Brina xoxo, SweetStyle

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  7. Love these dresses! The third one is my favorite :)

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  8. lovely dresses! my pick is the the first one! super classy!
    <3
    www.emmereyrose.com

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  9. lovely dresses

    http://gossipmagazine2000.blogspot.pt/

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  10. Lovely wedding dress style. :) Happy Weekend.
    Prints and Patterns

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