Two Birds Bridesmaid Dresses

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    Amymel86

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    Hiya!

    Take a look at these gorge bridesmaid dresses......

    http://www.twobirdsbridesmaid.co.uk/

    I love all the different looks you can get from one dress and the fact that the gorls could wear them again after the wedding day! the only think is A) - they are over £200 each and :) I have a teenager (will be 14) who has quite a small frame. I know the hem can be taken up but and you can get a separate panel top to wear underneith so you're not showing so much flesh but do you think this dress would look ok on a 14 year old??? - does that make sense?? It's kind of hard to visualise it because they only have pics of grown women wearing them.
     
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    What a great idea! I'd say I'm sure you'd be able to find a way to make it look good on a 14 year old if it can be worn in so many ways!

    I think this way would look lovely on a younger girl:

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    I agree with Salma, that would be pefect! but plllleeeeeeeease get a modesty panel - I don't want to sound like a fuddy duddy but as a teacher I am often horrified by what children in my y9 form wear - and i'm only 25!
     
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    That's so clever! I think I've seen it in a magazine before, but didn't appreciate how versatile it is!

    I think having a range of options would be great for a 14 year old, but I agree about the modesty panel.
     
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