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Spaghetti straps edition (yes, spaghetti straps!)
If you had asked me before Bridal Market if I was a fan of wedding dresses with spaghetti straps (or any dresses with spaghetti straps) I probably would have said, "Meh, not my fave." But after seeing tons of lovely dresses with spaghetti straps on the runways, my new reply is: "Oh, yeah." Get a load of these gorgeous gowns:Wedding Dress 1: Anne Barge
Wedding Dress 3: Jim Hjelm
Obviously these dresses wouldn't work for busty brides, but I think they'd be great on a girl with an A or a B cup!
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Would you wear a wedding dress with spaghetti straps? Which one of these wedding dresses is your favorite?
Photo 1: WWD/Steve Eichner. Photos 2 & 3: Courtesy of the designers.
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