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From: Magee
Response: Of course you dont have to have a head piece.
Although it seems a shame that because of your age you feel that it would be inappropriate. I am 36 getting married for the second time in February and Im going the whole hog. After all it is still a very important and special day in your lifeor at least it should be
I know my fiancee is excited at the thought of lifting my veil. I would feel I would be doing him an injustice not to make it just as special if not more so than the first time around.
I am wearing one of my own tiaras along with a finger tip veil, even my dress has an elegant chapel train.
Headpieces have moved on a long way recently, so you could have a discreet piece that you could still pass down as an heirloom. Try visiting my website at:

http://www.uktiaras.co.uk

You will find plenty of understated styles to match your elegant dress.

Happy hunting,

Helen X.

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