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Cochabamba Exchange
(207) 317-0307
1090 North Rd
North Yarmouth, ME

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(207) 253-5633
22 Exchange St.
Portland, ME
 
Nomads
(207) 347-7464
100 Commercial Street
Portland, ME
 
Port Boutique
(207) 879-1110
2 Wharf St.
Portland, ME
 
Gap
(207) 775-1041
364 Maine Mall Road
South Portland, ME
 
Ems
(207) 541-1919
87 Marginal Way
Portland, ME
 
Maine Running Company
(207) 773-6601
563 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME
 
Jen Burrall Designs
(207) 772-1902
76 Washington Avenue
Portland, ME
 
The Sports Authority #162
(207) 773-7400
364 Maine Rd Unit S 200 South Portland
South Portland, ME
 
Lane Byrant
(207) 772-8029
207 Maine Mall
South Portland, ME
 
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Dresses for wedding: Hot styles for hot-weather weddings

Summertime is here, and you may be a guest at one or more weddings. And though you're probably excited about the occasion, you may be anxious about what to wear. You know any outfit needs to be "sweat-proof." But what you wear also needs to be chill-resistant, in case the venue is air-conditioned or the nuptials occur at night.

In addition, you don't want your dress or skirt to be too short or the ensemble too loud. What to wear? Here's an easy style guide for summer weddings and other hot-weather dress-up occasions.

CONSIDER THE BRIDE

Though fashion rules have eased when it comes to weddings, there still are a few guidelines to follow, says Heather Levine, fashion editor at wedding site, TheKnot.com. The first concern should be the bride. "This may sound like a cliché," she says, "but women should steer clear of white; that color is usually reserved for the bride."

Also, avoid wearing anything that would make the bride feel uncomfortable. Showing too much skin can be embarrassing, especially at a religious site.

"Avoid micro-minis," emphasizes Levine. "Dressing tastefully is key."

How formal will the wedding be? If it's a black- or white-tie affair, that fact will be indicated on the invitation. If not, the formality of the actual invitation is a cue to what the bride and groom want. Also, Saturday after 6 p.m. means formal, or at least semi-formal; cocktail dresses are appropriate. The Empire Taffeta Dress , pictured above, is a fabulous choice....

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