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Posted on:5/6/12 10:25 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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SimsSews said...
Bright, beautiful and bad (-in a good way)
5/7/12 7:18 PM
waltzqueen said...
I LOVE how your dress is so perfect - how did you do that? - and the yellow fabric is amazing. You definitely have to go to a fancy restaurant for lunch - you'll turn heads!!
5/7/12 6:18 PM
Pink Hollybush Designs said...
Love this dress and love your style - hte yellow is so cheerful.
5/7/12 11:04 AM
thi3 said...
I love this dress. That color just amps it up. Very lovely.
5/7/12 8:41 AM
GoodbyeValntino said...
Beautiful dress! I seriously doubt you look like a bowl of scrambled eggs in this one. Thanks for the review!
5/7/12 7:26 AM
jlg said...
So cute.
5/6/12 4:31 PM
HDWen said...
This is great to know about for the not so well endowed! hmm a buttercup for sure, and I like the pockets and how they make what could be a plain dress, takes it up a notch to Ladies at Lunch! Great job
5/6/12 3:36 PM
 
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