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What should I wear for my senior portraits?

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Don Judd replied to Don Judd's discussion Selecting a belt?
"Thanks guys. I didn't realize that braided belts were okay for professional attire.  I also didn't realize the thrift shops were a good place to look for quality belts. We are a small town, and have no cobblers or leather shops here…"
5 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Demetri Martinez's discussion Falling in Love Hurts
"I don't think you're completely correct that there is no "one".  There is a "one", that is the one you feel you want to propose to.  It's not a "one and only" type of thing but one you can…"
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Rick Shelton replied to Marco Rodrigues's discussion What should I wear for my senior portraits?
"Hasn't it though?  I only took one picture although they asked us to wear suits for the guys and dresses for the girls and the school photographer took the picture.  Now it's "spend thousands trying to get that perfect…"
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Adam Parker replied to oracle989's discussion Cities? in the group North Carolina
"Hickory area here. Born and raised in Catawba County."
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Demetri Martinez replied to Al Clunnie's discussion Getting the most out of day to day life
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Rick Shelton replied to Don Judd's discussion Selecting a belt?
"If you can afford it purchase good belts from places like Eddy Bauer or other higher end stores.  The reason is that although you're paying $40 to $50 a belt it will last you much longer.  If a belt at Walmart costs you $20 and over…"
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