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Today's post is sponsored by MsDress.co.uk a most trusted prom dress online store in the UK who offers a wide range of beautiful dresses and ships worldwide. All opinions are my own.

When Msdress contacted me to do a post on dresses, I immediately had the idea that I would choose dresses for my friends.  Because what girl doesn't like having a dress picked out for her?  So I went back to my previous dress post and decided that the ladies who commented on my post would be the lucky ones I would pretend shop for on the Prom dresses UK site.  I had a lot of fun playing and around with the different options of colours and length and in the end, this is what I picked for my readers:


Becky from WeRunTheWorld said that she wanted a pink wedding dress.  I decided that I would pick this out for her because I liked the sparkle paired with the pink.  This dress kinda makes me think of a tutu.

Lana from TwoTeensandTheirMama said at one point that she wanted a red dress.  This one is classy, just like her and has straps, because I know she wouldn't go for strapless.  You're welcome, Lana's husband. She'd look hot in this one.




Sarah from Foxy's Domestic Side is from California, so she needs a short dress.  I think purple would be a great colour for her, hence this selection.  Plus this dress looks fun and Sarah is tons of fun. Well, I've never met her, unless you could Google Hangouts as meeting someone.  Sarah could rock this dress.


Shaunacey from Confessions of a Frumpy Mommy also commented.   At this moment in her life, she's mom to a young babe who likes to cry and keep her up.  She's tired and I don't blame her.  So for her I pick this dark, sexy dress because I think if she would go out somewhere she'd be rocking the edgy, girly look.

MilitaryWifeandPugLife also commented and this was a tough one, because I'm still creating a picture of who she is.  I know few details about her, but what I do know is that she's freaking hilarious.  Also that she has great taste and appreciates the finer things in life. I think we'd get along just swell. So I picked a mermaid style dress for her that looks fancy and classy and like she should be on the red carpet.


Alison, one of my besties, commenting on my FB page.  I would pick this dress for her, in lavender because Alicat isn't afraid of some colour.  She's also tall and has legs for days, so she would look great in this dress, says me.


And that's it!  Hope you enjoyed my styled for my readers post.  Check out the awesome selection of dresses on MsDress.co.uk and tell me what you'd pick!

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