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  • #1225942
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    No, not really! I just fantizise and want wear allllllllllllll the BEAUTIFUL traditional outfits…;)

    Question for the ladies: Has any lady felt the same and wished to marry for the BEAUTIFUL khmer outfits? LOL. If I shall marry, I would not marry for that reason only. I can’t help wanting to wear the lovely khmer wedding clothes every time I attend a wedding or watches weddings on youtube. The clothes are soooooooooooooo BEAUTIFUL!

    P.S..Women’s responds ONLY, unless you men want to wear PRETTY khmer clothes, too!…:P

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225944
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    I wouldn’t want to get married for that reason only.

    #1225946
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    RoyalOrient
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    Same, not a good reason to get hitched! I actually don’t care for the Khmer traditional outfits. They are stuffy and uncomfortable. At my wedding I only wore two (I put up a fight!) because I didn’t want to MISS my wedding with 7+ dress changes. My favorite was actually wearing my white wedding gown. The Khmer outfit below was the best of the two I had to wear. My husband wore the watching groom ensemble. Simpler and easier to wear than some of the heavier outfits.

    #1225948
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    you dont need to get marry to wear that outfit. just go to one of the khmer wedding store or photo studio and wear it, take pic with it with any outfits u want. i want to dress as an apsara more :p

    #1225950
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    I know, I know! But, it’s so tempting…LOL..:p

    [i]Originally posted by galaxy[/i]
    I wouldn’t want to get married for that reason only.

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225952
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    I see, RoyalOrient! Congrats, btw!:) The traditional khmer outfits are not so comfortable, but I think it’ll be worth the pain..hehe. No pain, no gain:P. Looking nice isn’t always so comgortable. lol.
    Anyways, love your wedding traditional outfits. It’d be more lovely if the color was PINK.(I love PINK)..:)
    Thanks for sharing!

    Originally posted by RoyalOrient
    Same, not a good reason to get hitched! I actually don’t care for the Khmer traditional outfits. They are stuffy and uncomfortable. At my wedding I only wore two (I put up a fight!) because I didn’t want to MISS my wedding with 7+ dress changes. My favorite was actually wearing my white wedding gown. The Khmer outfit below was the best of the two I had to wear. My husband wore the watching groom ensemble. Simpler and easier to wear than some of the heavier outfits.

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225954
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    Indeed, sapphirise! However, no khmer shop here. :( Speaking of Apsara clothings, I LOVE it as, well. Very unique and beautiful.:) Just my taste..hehe.

    [i]Originally posted by sapphirise[/i]
    you dont need to get marry to wear that outfit. just go to one of the khmer wedding store or photo studio and wear it, take pic with it with any outfits u want. i want to dress as an apsara more :p

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225956
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    I love khmer traditional outfits as well. I agree their so beautiful!

    #1225958
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    YEP! You’ll look BEAUTIFUL in them, sexy mama!;)

    [i]Originally posted by Mercury-Star[/i]
    I love khmer traditional outfits as well. I agree their so beautiful!

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225960
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    opps, replied to the wrong thread! LOL..err
    :D

    [Message last modified 11-11-2011 07:29pm by precious_rose]

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225962
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    Pink is pretty but not so much on a man. I remember my parent’s photo album, my dad’s pink traditional outfit was not very flattering especially against his darker skin tone.

    I choose blue and a red outfit since they are both gender neutral and flattering on most skin tones. Red is also quite symbolic. Originally I wanted a simple gold and white outfit instead of the red outfit to match my cake topper but another bride had ruin the outfit the previous week.

    When it comes to beauty and style, I prefer effortless chic. Even my white wedding dress was light weight enough my husband easily swept me on to the door floor. Well, I got married on the beach so my dress complimented the venue.

    On your wedding day, you can pretty much decide what you want to wear and how many outfits. I had three dress changes in total because I didn’t want to miss a single minute of the most important day of my life.

    [i]Originally posted by precious_rose[/i]
    I see, RoyalOrient! Congrats, btw!:) The traditional khmer outfits are not so comfortable, but I think it’ll be worth the pain..hehe. No pain, no gain:P. Looking nice isn’t always so comgortable. lol.
    Anyways, love your wedding traditional outfits. It’d be more lovely if the color was PINK.(I love PINK)..:)
    Thanks for sharing!

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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Same, not a good reason to get hitched! I actually don’t care for the Khmer traditional outfits. They are stuffy and uncomfortable. At my wedding I only wore two (I put up a fight!) because I didn’t want to MISS my wedding with 7+ dress changes. My favorite was actually wearing my white wedding gown. The Khmer outfit below was the best of the two I had to wear. My husband wore the watching groom ensemble. Simpler and easier to wear than some of the heavier outfits.

    #1225964
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    kimpirun98
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    Omg!! that Khmer Wedding Styles are my favorite Dream….I love it!!!

    Can I wear it before marry???

    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Same, not a good reason to get hitched! I actually don’t care for the Khmer traditional outfits. They are stuffy and uncomfortable. At my wedding I only wore two (I put up a fight!) because I didn’t want to MISS my wedding with 7+ dress changes. My favorite was actually wearing my white wedding gown. The Khmer outfit below was the best of the two I had to wear. My husband wore the watching groom ensemble. Simpler and easier to wear than some of the heavier outfits.

    [img]https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-RDCl9rt5884/Tm648J9flyI/AAAAAAAAEnQ/T-pVKv-qRBw/s800/0158.jpg[/img]

    #1225966
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    no khmer shop? then where did those who are marrying get their outfit from? yeah apsara me and friends decided to dress up when we in Cambodia, more fun :)

    [i]Originally posted by precious_rose[/i]
    Indeed, sapphirise! However, no khmer shop here. :( Speaking of Apsara clothings, I LOVE it as, well. Very unique and beautiful.:) Just my taste..hehe.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by sapphirise[/i]
    you dont need to get marry to wear that outfit. just go to one of the khmer wedding store or photo studio and wear it, take pic with it with any outfits u want. i want to dress as an apsara more :p

    [/quote]

    #1225968
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    [i]Originally posted by precious_rose[/i]
    No, not really! I just fantizise and want wear allllllllllllll the BEAUTIFUL traditional outfits…;)

    Question for the ladies: Has any lady felt the same and wished to marry for the BEAUTIFUL khmer outfits? LOL. If I shall marry, I would not marry for that reason only. I can’t help wanting to wear the lovely khmer wedding clothes every time I attend a wedding or watches weddings on youtube. The clothes are soooooooooooooo BEAUTIFUL!

    P.S..Women’s responds ONLY, unless you men want to wear PRETTY khmer clothes, too!…:P

    ម j/k okay

    #1225971
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    info
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    Precious,
    I don’t know you, or anyone here. Haven’t been here in decades. But listen to me. Don’t get married. Do it only when you’re ready for hell. Marry yap nas lol.

    I’m only joking though. If you find the right guy, go for it. Or else, wait, especially if you’re still young.

    #1225973
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    iluvtofu
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    i want to wear too! just can’t seem to find him =/ so at the moment i’ll just day dream

    #1225975
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    [i]Originally posted by RUSH821[/i]
    j/k okay

    LOL. Mr.RUSH! I loveeeeeeeeee that song;) Kyom kern kay repka, jet jong tay repka dey. Tay kmin pross na kor ouy pin jet soss.:P

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225977
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    Originally posted by info
    Precious,
    I don’t know you, or anyone here. Haven’t been here in decades. But listen to me. Don’t get married. Do it only when you’re ready for hell. Marry yap nas lol.

    I’m only joking though. If you find the right guy, go for it. Or else, wait, especially if you’re still young.

    [/quote/]

    Thanks for the advice, info! Great info, btw.hehe. I’ve waited for 25 years, I can wait a little more. For the rest of my life if I have to. hehe :D

    [Message last modified 11-17-2011 03:55am by precious_rose]

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225979
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    [i]Originally posted by RoyalOrient[/i]
    Pink is pretty but not so much on a man. I remember my parent’s photo album, my dad’s pink traditional outfit was not very flattering especially against his darker skin tone.

    I choose blue and a red outfit since they are both gender neutral and flattering on most skin tones. Red is also quite symbolic. Originally I wanted a simple gold and white outfit instead of the red outfit to match my cake topper but another bride had ruin the outfit the previous week.

    When it comes to beauty and style, I prefer effortless chic. Even my white wedding dress was light weight enough my husband easily swept me on to the door floor. Well, I got married on the beach so my dress complimented the venue.

    On your wedding day, you can pretty much decide what you want to wear and how many outfits. I had three dress changes in total because I didn’t want to miss a single minute of the most important day of my life.

    [/quote]

    Hello, RoyalOrient! Indeed, pink is not flattering on men,but very nice on us women.hehe. Blue and red are nice colors as well. Simple is perfectly fine, infact, simplicity is awesome. It’s just I am a very girly girl. hehe. I agreed that the wedding experience is MOST important. Although, beautiful clothings is an experience as well, since it’s not everyday that we get to look like a PRIENCESS!…:D

    I am sure you had a wonderful wedding!….:)

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225981
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    Oh, there are no khmer shops, however; there is a lady that brings clothes from Cambodia for weddings. I just can’t go to her, unless I want to get married.hehe.

    Sounds fun, sapphirise! I bet you looked, LOVELY! Care to share some pix of yourself in absara clothings?..:D

    Originally posted by sapphirise
    no khmer shop? then where did those who are marrying get their outfit from? yeah apsara me and friends decided to dress up when we in Cambodia, more fun :)

    Originally posted by precious_rose
    Indeed, sapphirise! However, no khmer shop here. :( Speaking of Apsara clothings, I LOVE it as, well. Very unique and beautiful.:) Just my taste..hehe.

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225983
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    Aww! Glad I am NOT the only one, iluvtofu!;) Btw, I love toful, also. Daydreaming is not half bad. lol. :D

    [i]Originally posted by iluvtofu[/i]
    i want to wear too! just can’t seem to find him =/ so at the moment i’ll just day dream

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225985
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    Khmer Wedding = Nightmare

    To all my khmer guys: Dont Do It!!!

    Get a life size dummy to sit in for you.

    #1225987
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    Hi, you! I don’t think it’s that bad, now. The beautiful outfit will be worth the pain .LOL.
    The life size dummy taking the spot sounds FUNNY. Not a bad idea! haha..:)

    [i]Originally posted by Brilliant[/i]
    Khmer Wedding = Nightmare

    To all my khmer guys: Dont Do It!!!

    Get a life size dummy to sit in for you.

    Please, GOD be with ME!:)
    #1225989
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    I just dun understand what does it mean by Khmer wedding = Nightmare???

    Is that a good or a bad???

    [i]Originally posted by Brilliant[/i]
    Khmer Wedding = Nightmare

    To all my khmer guys: Dont Do It!!!

    Get a life size dummy to sit in for you.

    #1225991
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    RoyalOrient
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    [i]Originally posted by Brilliant[/i]
    Khmer Wedding = Nightmare

    To all my khmer guys: Dont Do It!!!

    Get a life size dummy to sit in for you.

    lol omg I wish I had a sit in model! I braced myself for it but yeah it is physically exhausting even while sitting there.

    #1225993
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    ^^ I didn’t mind too much the sitting. I got to hear my family and friends all wish me well in my union so it was touching and sweet and well worth the pain.

    I didn’t get married for the beautiful outfits. I mean being able to wear them for the day was pretty nice and I felt like a Khmer Princess but I married for Love and I had the wedding for my parents.

    I always knew I’d have a Cambodian wedding because of all the stages and the ability to symbolize all my gratitude towards my parents. I was able to start the next chapter of my life with support and love, couldn’t ask for anything else.

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    #1225995
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    I feel the same way, Sovie! Maybe I am used to a little pain for the sake of style (kidding) but I don’t find Khmer weddings all that uncomfortable or painful. The most painful part was probably the knot tying ceremony, but I just got right up and changed positions whenever my legs were too cramped. It provided a bit of comedic relief, which helped because it was very emotional. I loved receiving all of the well wishes from our loved ones.

    I got married twice. My husband, parents, and I flew to Cambodia so all of our relatives over there could join in, and then we had another ceremony here when we came back to the States. The wedding in Cambodia was especially touching because it was my husband’s first time returning and reuniting with his family in 25 years. During both weddings, I tried to relish the moments and wished that it wouldn’t end so soon. Yes, you heard that right. I thought it was too short and ended too soon! :P During the hair cutting ceremony of our wedding here in the States, I turned to my husband and said, “I’m so sad. It’s almost over and we have no more weddings left!” (he rolled his eyes).

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