Thursday January 2 through Sunday January 5 we are offering a fantastic opportunity to save on DESIGNER BRIDAL GOWNS, EVENING WEAR, GOWNS FOR THE MOTHERS and PROM DRESSES.
The sale hours are: Thursday January 2nd 12:00 to 9:00p.m., Friday January 3rd 12:00 to 9p.m., Saturday January 4th 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m., Sunday January 5th 11:00a.m. to 5p.m..
Appointments are not necessary for this sale event, first come first served.
Some of the designers included: Maggie Sottero, Pronovias , Sottero and Midgley, Ronald Joyce, Victoria Jane, Maria Karin, Martina Liana, Angelina Faccenda, Demetrios for Ilissa, Essence of Australia, Mori Lee, Private label by G., Paloma Blanca, Sophia Tolli, Casablanca Bridal, Blue by Enzoani, private brands, plus many more…
How do I know what styles to look for at the sale?
Before shopping in person, look at all the designer websites & bridal magazines. They have excellent photographs of all their current styles. Decide in advance what type of gown you prefer. A-line? Princess? Sheath? Mermaid? Spaghetti Straps? Keeping in mind that most bridal gowns run small, so you’ll need a size or two larger than what you normally wear.
What do I wear to come to the sale?
Wear comfortable shoes and a bodysuit.
Do you carry different sizes at the sale?
Yes unlike most bridal stores we carry sizes from 6 to 30 at the sale, although the majority of our sizes will be 8 to 14.
What if I like a dress and it’s not my size?
Every wedding dress needs alterations to fit precisely to your frame. You’ll probably have at least two to three dress fittings, which you’ll schedule with the store, so leave ample time before the wedding.
A good seamstress will have no trouble altering a gown that is too large.
Don’t be afraid to try on a dress that isn’t exactly what you had in mind. You may be surprised once you see the gown on you instead of on a hanger. Be patient. As more brides-to-be either find their perfect dresses or give up, there will be additional gowns to try