Monday, November 18, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from CNN

The designer making Rihanna, Scarlett and Gwyneth look good

CNN-May 10, 2012
A graduate of LA's Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Lhuillier began designing wedding gowns while shopping for one for herself. She launched her ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Putting gypsy weddings to shame, the bride with a train that's ...

Daily Mail-Mar. 21, 2012
Emma, a 17-year-old model, smiles on a hot air balloon as she wears the wedding dress with the longest tail in the world stretching down the street behind her.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from PR Web (press release)

Joy of Clothes and personal stylist Michaela Jedinak launch ...

PR Web (press release)-May 31, 2012
Beauty comes in all different shapes and sizes but there is a dress for everyone. Michaela Jedinak, personal stylist, recommends that before brides go shopping ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

I do, I do, I do! Three brides, one dress and 50 years of true love

Daily Mail-Jul. 11, 2012
She says: 'We chose Anne Corbett's bridal shop on Bond Street in Leeds. I spotted the dress with its long-sleeved lace bodice, turned-back collar and layered ...

1 comment:

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