I bought this dress a few days ago. Before I got it, I was a little worried that if it doesn't look as the same as the picture. But when I got the dress, I was surprised! It looks sooo beautiful in mint color. I like it so much! Just one problem, I think it's a little tight for me. I'm thinking whether should I make some change? What do you guys think? Is it Ok?
It's been 6 whole months since you posted your question but I am just stumbling upon it now. I love fashion! The part of the dress that you show is very pretty. It looked really nice in my opinion. Mint is a very popular color right now. I hope you enjoyed wearing the dress with confidence that it looked good.
- Journey *
by peter565 3 years ago
Why are people still portraying Jesus white, when we know he is Black?There are written and archaeological evidence proving Jesus is a black guy. The bible itself wrote, Jesus skin is the "color of burning wood.". The modern image of white Jesus was created during the 5th century and is...
by PhoenixV 8 years ago
k , I'm ready
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