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  1. #1
    pseuzanne
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    I will be graduating from grad school in 3 weeks, and am just buried in

    schoolwork, so I have no time to go shopping for a dress. After years

    of taking care of children and being a student, there is nothing even

    remotely appropriate in my closet! I'm looking for suggestions of

    websites that would have stylish, but classy dresses (these pictures

    will be around for a long time!) that aren't too expensive. It's hard

    to find dresses to fit me, because I'm smaller on the top than the

    hips/belly. So, I'll probably need to order several, hope that one

    fits, and send back the rest. Free shipping would help.



    Thanks,

    Suzanne








  2. #2
    Shannon
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    Instead of a dress, why not go with two separates - a skirt or trouser pants

    with even a light jacket. It sounds like that may be more beneficial to

    you as far as fit and more appropriate for months/years to come?



    Congrats on the graduation!



    ~Shannon





    ----- Original Message -----

    From: "pseuzanne" <pseuzanne@yahoo.com>

    >I will be graduating from grad school in 3 weeks, and am just buried in

    > schoolwork, so I have no time to go shopping for a dress. After years

    > of taking care of children and being a student, there is nothing even

    > remotely appropriate in my closet! I'm looking for suggestions of

    > websites that would have stylish, but classy dresses (these pictures

    > will be around for a long time!) that aren't too expensive. It's hard

    > to find dresses to fit me, because I'm smaller on the top than the

    > hips/belly. So, I'll probably need to order several, hope that one

    > fits, and send back the rest. Free shipping would help.

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Suzanne

    >

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  3. #3
    Andrea Fiske
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    Default Graduation Dress

    try chadwick's

    Blessings, Andrea in Mass. <><




    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    From: pseuzanne@yahoo.com
    Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 13:17:53 &#43;0000
    Subject: Budget101.com : Graduation Dress





    I will be graduating from grad school in 3 weeks, and am just buried in
    schoolwork, so I have no time to go shopping for a dress. After years
    of taking care of children and being a student, there is nothing even
    remotely appropriate in my closet! I'm looking for suggestions of
    websites that would have stylish, but classy dresses (these pictures
    will be around for a long time!) that aren't too expensive. It's hard
    to find dresses to fit me, because I'm smaller on the top than the
    hips/belly. So, I'll probably need to order several, hope that one
    fits, and send back the rest. Free shipping would help.

    Thanks,
    Suzanne



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  4. #4
    Kim Mangels
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    Default Graduation Dress

    I have found several things at great price at Chadwicks. Kim








  5. #5
    Stephanie Dark
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    Default Graduation Dress

    I agree Chadwick's is a good source of inexpensive clothing but in the

    past I have had mixed results with them.



    will you be wearing a cap & gown? If so, then what you wear on your

    body isn't so important, since it will be covered up! Focus on some

    nice makeup, something natural looking.



    If you do need a dress, sounds like something like an A-line dress or

    other belly-hiding outfit would work.



    When I graduated from grad school, I wore the same dress I wore when I

    graduated as an undergraduate, a sleeveless 100% cotton tank dress.

    Hides any belly, went down to my ankles, didn't overheat me in the cap/

    gown, and I can dress it up or down. 20 years after graduating from

    college I still wear it!!!



    Good luck!

    Stephanie








  6. #6
    Taisha Stewart
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    ----- Original Message ----
    From: Kim Mangels <kk_okay@hotmail.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2008 3:19:59 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Graduation Dress





    I have found several things at great price at Chadwicks. Kim






  7. #7
    Jacqui Caruso
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    I have found nice things at www.target.com and also www.fashionbug.com

    I was able to order dresses from both for special occasions and target.com if they don&#39;t work you can just return to the store with packing slip.

    HTH,
    Jacqui C.


    On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 9:17 AM, pseuzanne <pseuzanne@yahoo.com> wrote:

    I will be graduating from grad school in 3 weeks, and am just buried in
    schoolwork, so I have no time to go shopping for a dress. After years

    of taking care of children and being a student, there is nothing even
    remotely appropriate in my closet! I&#39;m looking for suggestions of
    websites that would have stylish, but classy dresses (these pictures
    will be around for a long time!) that aren&#39;t too expensive. It&#39;s hard

    to find dresses to fit me, because I&#39;m smaller on the top than the
    hips/belly. So, I&#39;ll probably need to order several, hope that one
    fits, and send back the rest. Free shipping would help.

    Thanks,

    Suzanne[/quote]



 

 

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