Designer dress bonanza
Attention, affianced ladies! You’ve seen these dream dresses on the runways; now you have the opportunity to try them in person. Two very special bridal trunk shows are coming to the Capital City, and you don’t want to miss them! First up is the Justin Alexander 2013 Preview, happening right now at Gabrielle’s Bride and Occasion Salon on Drusilla Lane. With a nod to the past, this collection reflects influences from the Art Deco-style of the ’20s to the timeless femininity of the 1950s. The show lasts through Sunday. At Bridal Boutique on Florida Boulevard, those who want a taste of celebrity aisle-style should check out the David Tutera for Mon Cheri Trunk Show, scheduled for tomorrow through Sunday. The celebrated event planner and TV star has created a line of gowns featuring diverse styles and impeccable fit. Even better, incentive pricing is available to brides who purchase during the trunk show. Whether your big day is black tie or garden party, you’ll likely see a dress to which you’ll want to say ‘I do.’
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