Lace, A-Line Tea-Length Wedding Dress

Lindsay wanted to wear a short dress and started her hunt for a frock that would spin well on the dance floor. But finding the perfect gown wasn’t as easy as she’d imagined. After a few failed shopping attempts, she took to the Internet. “On a whim, I ordered a knockoff designer dress made in China, knowing that one can never go wrong with a classic A-line. I figured that for that price it was worth a shot, and it fit like a glove right out of the box. And it had just the right amount of twirl," she says. "The lace sleeves were an added bonus that cut the chill of the mountain air once evening set in, as well as adding elegance to a fun little dress.”

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