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5 Tips for Bridal Sample Sales

1. Do some research If possible do some research on styles, designers and prices before you head over to a bridal sample sale. Browse through our website to view our sale dresses. 2. Sample sale sizes Don’t stay away from a bridal sample sale just because you think your size is not available. Sizing “doesn’t” matter. In most cases the dress can be altered but always check with the store. Some alterations are more difficult than others. If your dress is heavily beaded for example, it might be quite complex to have it altered and thus more expensive. Remember it’s much easier to make a dress smaller than to go up in size and obviously it’s always better to buy a dress in the right size. 3. Bring a friend Don’t bring a big group but bring someone who will be brutally honest.
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  It’s your big day and you deserve to look a million dollars. You’ve chosen your dress and it’s absolutely fabulous, now you’ve got to decide what to wear with your stunning gown. Do you accessorise to the hilt? Or do you opt for a more subtle look? The choice is, of course, completely up to you but there are certain ‘rules’ you should remember when accessorising your wedding gown. . Wedding Dress Acessories   . 1. Less can sometimes be more It’s your once in a lifetime opportunity to dress like a princess, so you’re going to wear the whole caboodle, a tiara, veil, necklace, earrin
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Essential Accessories for a Summer Wedding



Essential accessories for a summer wedding

With the weather, usually but not always, sunnier, the days longer and the holiday season in full swing, summer is a popular time to host a wedding. A summer wedding gives everyone the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and bare some skin. It’s also the perfect time of the year to get flamboyant and adventurous with accessories.

If you are getting married this summer, or perhaps even next summ

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Veils – probably the most weirdly divisive accessory for brides. One friend will tell you it’s imperative to wear one, while others will insist the look lost its fizz in the 1980s. However, there’s no denying the nation fell slightly back in love with a sheen of lace, a puff of tulle, the moment the Duchess of cambridge appeared on her wedding day in 2011. . Wedding Veil . And when Kate Moss donned a 16th century-style Juliet cap veil to say “I do” to Jamie Hince in the same year, it seemed to indicate this was, once again, the accessory du jour for any fashion-conscious bride.   Perhaps it was a
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