101 Uses for a Bridesmaid Dress

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HarperCollins, Dec 16, 1998 - Humor - 112 pages
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Bridesmaid dresses -- what are they good for? We've got to pay for them, wear them, and then find a spot for them in the back of the closet. Our best women friends, suddenly transformed into tasteful-white-dress-wearing brides, tell us, "You'll be able to wear this bridesmaid dress again." But we know better.

101 Uses for a Bridesmaid Dress, tongue firmly in cheek, pokes fun at the hopelessly horrible dress that a bride asks her "court" to don. These whimsical illustrations and silly suggestions, from cocktail napkins and shower curtains, to pony blankets and frilly jock straps, are a hilarious antidote to the bridesmaid dresses we'll never wear again.

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About the author (1998)

Cindy Walker is a model, actress, and accomplished equestrian. She lives in New Jersey with her Mr. Right.

Donna Mehalko has done illustrations for Revlon, Henri Bendel, and Tiffany, and her work has appeared in many women's magazines. She lives with her husband and their son in Manhattan.

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