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The truth of the matter is that a woman in white does want to keep her dress clean. As such, most brides know not to eat carelessly on their wedding day — some are too excited to eat at all. Hopefully, a gal wouldn’t eat ribs in her wedding gown, because this is one day a female should not have to wear an apron. And yet, there now exists the BridalBib, a new beribboned item that is, well, a gussied-up apron designed to keep your dress nice. For weddings, parties, whatever reason, check out for more info on prices and styles.

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