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Hello Ladies,

Today we have a gorgeous princess gown for you to look at. I tried this dress on and it was in the running for quite some time. It made my waist look teeny tiny and I felt like a proper bride in it. Absolutely loved it. I remember though coming home and looking at pictures online and being a bit disappointed in how it looked on the Alan Hannah official photos – especially on the runway model. It just didn’t seem to do it justice. The real brides, as always look fantastic though. In this selection the real brides seem to make it look that much bigger, grander and more special than the models do.

Similarly to yesterday we don’t have any professional blog pictures in this group – but I do have a whole host of lovely real bride pictures – and if you like it lots of them are for sale.

First of all we have the selection from preloved, this blonde bride added an additional strap to her dress. This one is no longer for sale though.

These two dresses are still available and for sale. I do love a back shot of a dress, and how incredible is this one? The train is huge!! Gorgeous.
If you wanted to check out these preloved pages click here or here.

Or you can take a look over at sellmyweddingdress.co.uk where a few brides are also willing to part with this dress. Have a look at these pics

Speaking of backs of dresses, it’s so lovely to see a proper view of the back of this dress in the top of these two images, and the gorgeous flowers which wind up the back of the corset. You don’t get that view with many of the pictures of this dress. Sellmyweddingdress.co.uk links can be found here and here.

And two more sales sites which were new to me until I started the Alan Hannah search. Dressmarket.blogspot which you can access here.

And finally buyselldress.co.uk, here.


I hope you have enjoyed this post. Have you seen this dress on any blogs? Have you worn this dress? In the past i’ve seen it in a brown type of colour, but this search hasn’t brought up any pictures – did you wear it in the brown colour? Get in touch with pictures, or of course any ideas that you may have for future posts.

Enjoy the gallery.