6 dresses you should wear to a wedding
Former Bachelor contestants share their picks!
by Kim Fusaro
Thanks to the magic of the World Wide Web—and Shop It To Me's Threads feature—you can now get a wealth of fashion advice from your favorite reality stars. Threads allows users to create a personal shopping feed that's tailored to their taste, and former Bachelor contestants Trista Sutter and Molly Mesnick want to share their what-to-wear-to-a-wedding feeds with you!
Trista Sutter's Wedding Picks
Max and Cleo Lace And Satin Olivia Dress from Zappos. BCBGeneration Shirred Sleeve Open Back Dress from Zappos. Tibi Hannah Silk One-Shoulder Dress from Bergdorf Goodman. Click here for all of Trista Sutter's Wedding Picks!More from Glamour: 10 Wardrobe Essentials Every Woman Should Own
Molly Mesnick's Wedding Picks
Halston Heritage Print One Shoulder Dress from ShopBop. alice + olivia One Shoulder Goddess Dress from ShopBop. Tibi Shift Dress from Bloomingdales. Click here for all of Molly Mesnick's Wedding Picks!
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What do you think of their picks? Would you wear these dresses to a wedding?
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Wow, those are all horribly ugly. Whomever picked them must be getting paid to promote such horribly designed crap. The one shoulder look is the stupidest thing since sagging pants.
The third one on the top would be better with a longer, fuller skirt. The way it is now though it just looks half done.
beauty tips and style advice
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