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    Default How to fix my daughters prom dress malfunction?

    My daughter bought a strapless prom dress about two months ago, and sense then it now no longer fits up top. It will not stay up on her chest, prom is next weekend and we need some ideas of how to prevent this malfunction. All i can think of is a strapless bra, but even with a bra on it wont stay up well.


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    **Brenda** Female

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    Aug 2008


    skin glue or the glue they use to hold up medical hose.

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    I think yo have to let it sew or be fixed by a tailor. Maybe an adjustment is needed for it to be okey, a little adjustment wont take that long you just ask the tailor if s/he can do it before the day comes.

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