Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Telegraph.co.uk

Kate Middleton raids her wardrobe for Royal engagement ...

Telegraph.co.uk-Dec. 13, 2010
A similar version of the white £159 'Nannette' dress which Kate Middleton wore will be in Reiss stores at the end of January next year. The earrings which Miss ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

PHOTO: Entourage's Constance Zimmer on Her Wedding Day

People Magazine-Oct. 13, 2010
Constance Zimmer didn't want her wedding entourage to leave after Saturday's nuptials. The actress, 40, who stars as studio exec Dana Gordon on HBO's ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

How this woman changed the way we shop: Natalie Massenet ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 15, 2010
She keeps coming up with new ideas, too, such as a bridal division, and, come 2011, ... The Ferretti dress still lurks, accusingly, in the back of my wardrobe.

1 comment:

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