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Wedding dress for Little Mermaid

Are you guys tired of formal beautiful wear? I am never not. Simply you can not be tired of this festive clothes. Well, at least as I feel. That's why I want to share one more post with you. Purely about formal wear. What formal wear is the most stunning in breathtaking? If you ask me I don't hesitate to answer - bridal. Wedding is one of the most happy and important moments in our lives no matter what kind of wedding it is. Wedding is the moment of creating something bigger from what you feel and who you are. Today I've brought you a little review of wedding dresses from you shop you already heard of from me - Adasbridal. But today I want to talk about less practical comparing to 2 in 1 wedding dresses.
If talking about wedding dresses and how to keep them the most stunning and formal you always think of the most not practical ones. The styles you'd never wear in real live. It might be something big and tutu but I more think about fairytale option. Yes, the mermaid dresses with huge beautiful tale. I've always thought this style is a little limited but on Adasbridal I've found a lot of various cheap mermaid wedding dresses. Here are my favorites from the section.
For me this dress is perfect as a catch of mermaid spirit. Not only there is a mermaid tale but check middle of it - it really resembles the start of mermaid tale. Charming option of little mermaid to get marry to her prince.
I love the simple elegance of this dress. There is nothing really standing out - like laces, puts, colors or hem. But this is exactly what 'bought me' in this dress - the simplicity of this mermaid dress.
This dress is a lot like other cheap wedding dresses from other categories being of mix of this and that. The mermaid tale here reminds me of sea foam which is even better for loves of Little Mermaid fairy tale.
This one is a very classic and purely mermaid style dress. It is so beautiful!

Which one is your fave? Do you like mermaid tales?


Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Stunning dresses! Love the last dress ;)

    Brina xoxo, Sweetstreetstyle.blogspot.com

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  2. I love formalwear and, of bridal gowns, the mermaid style is my favorite. I even dressed up as a mermaid last month! I'd love to find a mermaid gown like one of these.

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  3. Lovely post, have a beautiful weekend dear! <3

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  4. I love this weeding dress you choice is fabolouse!
    kisses from Madrid
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  5. Such lovely gowns.
    I love the mermaid cut :)

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