You did remember that I said I will have been in 14 weddings after May 12? I’ve still got pics yet to share, so if you’re bored with the bridesmaid series
, check back in a week. Good thing I like my clavicle because it’s front and center in all these photos. I shortened this cake topper dress, which I still have, to wear on New Year’s Eve a few years after this wedding. Don’t do that. Don’t cut off a bridesmaid dress to get more use out of it.
It’s a one use item, like a diaper. Think of it as a diaper and you will not be tempted to re-purpose it. Do you know what a repurposed bridesmaid dress looks like? Like a prom dress. It will always be a one use item. Don’t try to change it. Trying to change things over which you have no control (fact: you wore the dress in a wedding) never works. If you cut off a bridesmaid dress to wear someplace else, you will feel like you are walking around in a cut-off bridesmaid dress all night. Let me learn this lesson for you.