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Posted on:6/4/05 7:45 PM
Last Updated:6/5/05 12:52 PM

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BjP said...
Cute dress - and I vote for no slip. I just think it's really a very pretty style on you without the extra stuff! How about posting another picture without the slip and we can do a comparison? Good review!
6/4/05 9:19 PM
bunz said...
Cute dress. Thanks for the review. Yeah, I'd skip the slip.
6/4/05 10:15 PM
tigger said...
Love the dress - the fabric is really nice - and no to the slip. thanks for the review!
6/5/05 2:06 AM
drsue said...
Cute dress. I think the idea behind the slip is for the overdress to be quite sheer. since yours isn't, it's probably best without the slip. However, the slip looks like it's a dress on it's own!
6/5/05 10:04 AM
jlg said...
Very pretty. I also like it better without the slip.
6/5/05 1:12 PM
flowermama said...
Katie, very cute dress and looks great without the slip.
6/5/05 1:25 PM
CarolynGM said...
Very pretty dress. It is much flattering without the slip.
6/5/05 5:40 PM
Lee Ann Hawkins said...
You are ready for summer! Very nice. I can't remember the name for the lingerie strap thingie either but I never thought of a thread chain! I usually use a scrap of 1/4" elastic or ribbon but thread chain would be quicker to sew onto the snap, no?
6/7/05 6:55 PM
Athene said...
Very pretty and dainty dress.
10/28/08 0:30 AM
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