Monday, November 18, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from New York Observer

Menace To Society: Bridal Edition, Part 1

New York Observer-Sep. 26, 2013
In desperation, I turned to Jill Northrop, who has been a bridal shopper for 14 ... while dress shopping, the smartly-chic blonde claimed to be so excited about ...
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How Chinese New Year Can Affect Your Wedding Dress Order

Huffington Post Canada (blog)-Jan. 18, 2013
The problem with procrastinating on a dress for mother of the bride or mother of the groom, is that most boutiques and bridal shops don't carry very much ...
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4 Tips to Cut the Cost of Your Wedding Dress

Fox Business-Apr. 18, 2013
“Plan in advance,” says wedding expert Linda DiProperzio. “The sooner you start looking for a dress, the more time you'll have to bargain shop. You'll have the ...
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Keira Knightley Recycles Rodarte Dress For Her Wedding

Marie 7, 2013
As she wed James Righton on Saturday, Keira Knightley stunned in her wedding dress that looked strikingly similar to one she wore to an event five years.

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