Mk. So I switched BM dresses a few weeks ago to those J Crew dresses that were on clearance. They came in, but they sent me a dress two sizes smaller (I think, she keeps her size a secret) than what she normally wears. She wanted to try it on before I returned it, though, to see if she could fit it.I drove the hour to see her today, waited an hour, heard nothing from her, so I left the dress on her porch. I just texted her to see if she had tried it on, yet, and whether or not it fit. This is what she sent me back, "Yes, I will fit in it. I can zip it halfway up and then button the top, there's just the rest of the way to zip up that I need to lose the weight for and it'll be good!"I love her to death, but she has been trying to lose this weight for three years, now, ever since she had her son, and it just hasn't happened. I never in a million years would have asked her to lose weight for my wedding and now I feel horrible that she feels like she has to. I keep telling her that she's beautiful the way she is and to not worry about the weight at all, but how do I respond to that text without sounding like I don't have faith in her? Yesterday she said something along the lines of, "No, I know you love those dresses, and I want you to have them in your wedding. If I can't fit into that dress then I just won't be in the wedding." She's been my best friend since we were 11, she has to be in my wedding!