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Teresa Giudices Cobalt Blue Reunion Dress: Where Did She Buy It? (Photos)

Teresa Giudice and new BFF Aubrey O'Day

While there was a lot of drama going down during the first part of the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion special, everyone’s eyes were on Teresa Giudice’s gorgeous cobalt blue floor-length gown.

Sure, Teresa might not be winning any new fans after her controversial behavior during the special, but her dress was drop-dead gorgeous.

Well, we finally found out where Teresa got the blinged out, high slit dress that showed off her toned legs and arms.

Teresa wore a Marc Bouwer couture line dress that was custom made especially for her (see, she does have friends in high places).

You’ll be sure to turn heads at your next event like Teresa, but just try to check the New Jersey attitude at the door.

Check out more of fashionable Teresa’s photos here and tell us, do you think she’s reality television’s next fashion icon?

If you want to copy and paste her look, you can do so with a more affordable but similar BCBG evening gown for $478 at edressme.com.


  • Teresa Giudice 1 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    Teresa is fast becoming a style icon.
  • Teresa Giudice 2 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    Teresa and younger daughter Audriana.
  • Teresa Giudice 3 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    Love this green dress!
  • Teresa Giudice 4 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    And this red one.
  • Teresa Giudice 5 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    But this dress is a knock-out.
  • Teresa Giudice 6 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    Teresa looked THE BEST at the reunion.
  • Teresa Giudice 7 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    She has great style...
  • Teresa Giudice 8 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    Which everyone can agree on.
  • Teresa Giudice 9 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    And she has a great bod for having given birth to four kids.
  • Teresa Giudice 10 of 10
    Teresa Giudice
    We think she looks great!
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Photos: Twitter.com

 

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