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Today's post is sponsored by  Check them out here  for an impressive assortment of wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and other gowns.

A couple times a year, I get a real urge to dress up and have somewhere fancy to go.  I love pretty dresses, so when I was approached by beFormal to do a post, I was more than happy to check out their  Formal Dresses Australia to see a fantastic selection of very pretty gowns.

These are my top three that I would definitely wear if my husband were to take me out somewhere fancy (hint, hint, Daniel).  Actually, come to think of it, these selections would also be great as Mother of the Groom dresses (hint, hint, Mother).

Dress 1 is so classy.  I love the lace top and the colour of this gown.  My sister would wear this gown in flash, I bet.

Dress 2 is something I could see on my Mom.  It's simple and lovely.

Dress 3 is my style and reminds me of the sparkle and sass that my grad dress had.

Well, it looks like I've picked out our outfits for my brother and Jen's upcoming wedding. You're welcome, Kyla and Mom.

What I also liked about this site is the variety of dress styles.  There is something for everybody, from vintage to backless to prom dresses and they also have great selection of plus size formal dresses.  You can check out the selection for plus size formal dresses here  This is by far one of the most expansive Formal Dress shops that I've seen online.

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