Down That Aisle In Style: Personal Shopping For The Curvy Bride
The perfect wedding gown should have three important characteristics: an interesting detail, a silhouette that flatters your curves, and high quality construction. Those are the technicalities of choosing a gown, but today’s curvy bride wants more…a gown that is a reflection of her personal style.
While the fashion industry has made some strides towards producing fashion forward clothing above a size 10, the bridal industry has been slow to follow. The lack of selection and sample gowns in plus sizes creates a less than wonderful experience for full figured brides when it’s time to shop for a wedding gown. That’s why curvy brides deserve special care and attention to find the dress of their dreams.
Here’s what one of our brides said: “As far as a wedding dress, it is the one detail of the wedding I am looking forward to the least! I am dreading the process of finding something that 1) represents my style and 2) FITS! In fact, I am expecting to compromise my style for something that fits.” says Nesa K.
You have found your prince charming and you will find your perfect gown too. We believe curvy brides should have the confidence to say YES to her body, love her curves and embrace the partner who loves them too. It is our goal to shift her mindset from “flaws to fashion” and let the romance inspire her wedding style.
Enter to win personal shopping for the curvy bride. Up to 10 brides will enjoy starring in an exciting photo shoot in New York City. Three lucky brides will win fantastic prizes too. Write a brief story about your romance (300 words). Send it and a photo of the two of you to [email protected] by February 29.
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