Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from hellomagazine.com

Flatter your figure: Advice for the curvy bride

hellomagazine.com-Jul. 17, 2012
The search for your dream dress needn't be a struggle. Many bridal designers cater to ever-more-shapely British women's figures by stocking a wide range of ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Philadelphia Magazine (blog)

Vera Wang On Her Wedding Gowns, Inspirations and Success

Philadelphia Magazine (blog)-Sep. 25, 2012
She talks about what she keeps in mind when designing a wedding dress (she wants to strike a balance, basically, between doing cool, current fashion stuff and ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Washington Post (blog)

'The Game': Season five, episode eight

Washington Post (blog)-Mar. 7, 2012
Janay mentions she's about to go shopping for a wedding dress, and Melanie rushes to invite herself for the search. They make plans to meet, but when Melanie ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Venus Diva

Plus Size Bridal Looks Take Shape

Daily Venus Diva-Jan. 31, 2012
Every bride regardless of age or size wants to look her very best on her wedding day. As a matter of fact, it's become an expectation for brides to look absolutely ...

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