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Phuong Tran

Ah, the exuberance of youth! I had the good fortune to proudly wear the traditional Vietnamese long dress, the "ao dai," on numerous occasions. But my fondest memory of this stunning attire was when I chose to wear it as my wedding gown at the District 19 City Hall in the beautiful city of Paris, France !

I opted for a radiant white ao dai to symbolize the purity, innocence, and luminosity of Vietnamese women. When I stepped out in my beautiful dress on my wedding day, I felt like I was saying a sweet goodbye to my carefree single days and embracing a whole new world of possibilities. As a proud Vietnamese girl, I walked hand in hand with my beloved into one of the most stately wedding halls in Paris, beaming with joy and an unmistakable sense of pride.

Even though my dear parents and family couldn't join me in France for my special day, I was surrounded by so much warmth and love. Draped in my beautiful ao dai. I felt like the most enchanting and joyful Vietnamese girl in all of Paris !

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