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Mercedes “MJ” Javid Got Married in the Most MJ Dress Ever

Shahs of Sunset’s Mercedes “MJ” Javid married her longtime fiancé Tommy Feight this past weekend. And boy did the Persian entrepreneur make one stunning bride.

For the big day, MJ went with an embroidered, sexy see-through mermaid fit custom gown designed by Pedram Couture. The dazzling gown perfectly meshed with MJ’s signature sexy, curve-hugging style. It’s pretty much everything you would imagine MJ’s gown to be. She accessorized the gown with a blinged-out crown fit for a queen, matching silver jewelry, and a floor-length veil.

It comes as no surprise that MJ’s gown fits her like a glove — she was set on a dress designer even before locking in a wedding venue.

During the beginning stages of her wedding plans, MJ told The Daily Dish podcast: “We have a few dates in mind. We have the designer of the dress, which will be Pedram Couture.” (Scroll down to listen to the full podcast interview!) The Shahs pal has a long history with the designer. “I wore Pedram Couture at the reunion last year and at Watch What Happens [Live]. He custom made me that sparkly gunmetal dress that I wore that night,” she shared. Now, the moment you’ve been waiting for, MJ’s dress:

The stunning ceremony took place at the Jeremy West Hollywood on April 21. MJ’s Shahs bestie Reza Farahan, was front and center during the ceremony, fulfilling his duties as man of honor. “Everything just looked beautiful,” MJ told Us Weekly.

But the sparkling gown wasn’t MJ’s only look for the big day. After the sweet ceremony, MJ switched into an even sexier sheer lace jumpsuit to dance to celebrate with family and friends. Very MJ. Tommy also switched into silver and black kicks for the reception, matching his wife’s fly.

Embedded Images: Nicole Weingart (Bravo)/Us Weekly

Congrats to the happy couple!

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