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  • Patricia Rohrbach
    discount dance wear may have some. We are all gifted. We just open our presents at different times. ... From: dtarsie To:
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 17, 2010
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      discount dance wear may have some.
      "We are all gifted. We just open our presents at different times."
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      From: dtarsie
      To: TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 3:36 PM
      Subject: [TheCostumersManifesto] Re: Slip sources





      There used to be a Jessica Mc Clintock Outlet in Montclair. If I remember correctly, they carried tulle slips for under wedding dresses and/or prom dresses. However, that was a long time ago so might be a good idea to call ahead first to find out for sure.

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      > I work a production in So CA called Ramona (1850's Spanish California), we are looking for some sources for tulle slips.� They need to be 3/4 length and very full and reasonable priced.� Right now we are making cotton slips by hand and starching them to stand out.� Very messy and time consuming. � Can any one help� Thanks� Peggy
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    • Lady FLEUR
      http://www.squareupfashions.com/ they are in oceanside (5 minutes from me) and will do them custom! call and or pop in!
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 17, 2010
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        http://www.squareupfashions.com/ they are in oceanside (5 minutes from me) and will do them custom! call and or pop in!
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        > I work a production in So CA called Ramona (1850's Spanish California), we are looking for some sources for tulle slips.  They need to be 3/4 length and very full and reasonable priced.  Right now we are making cotton slips by hand and starching them to stand out.  Very messy and time consuming.   Can any one help  Thanks  Peggy
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