Etiquette rules

Fein, Ellen; Schneider, Sherrie
November 1997
Cosmopolitan;Nov97, Vol. 223 Issue 5, p28
Answers a reader's question about what she would do when a friend asked her to be one of her bridesmaid but she cannot afford the dress her friend has chosen for her.


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