Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are pulling a Vera Wang.
The two have been busy working on, Eterna by Marchesa, a new line of bridal gowns that are more "affordable" than their high-end bridal wear.
We use the term affordable loosely because compared to the White by Vera Wang collection prices, which peaks at $1400, Marchesa's in WAY more expensive.
Eterna gowns will range between $1500 - $5000 and will be sold exclusively at Priscilla of Boston starting this September.
[Image via WENN.]
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Yes you read that right! Costco is now selling wedding dresses.
The seller of all things bulk teamed up with designer Kirstie Kelly to create a small collection of wallet friendly wedding gowns she's dubbed Costcouture.
Kirstie said of her new line:
"The Costcouture line is for the bride who wants to wear Kirstie Kelly Couture but get a phenomenal price point. We're starting at 40% off regular retail."
Each of the 6 dresses come in sizes 2-24 and range in price from $699 to $1,399.
Kirstie Kelly will be holding in-store trunk shows throughout the month of March for brides on a budget can try on her Costcouture gowns.
CLICK HERE to see the schedule!
[Images courtesy of Kirstie Kelly.]
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Exciting news for all those brides to be!
David's Bridal has posted pictures of Vera Wang's budget friendly wedding dresses and we think you're going to like what you see!
The most expensive design in the White by Vera Wang collection is $1,400 which is practically a steal for a designer gown.
And the best part? They look way more expensive.
Vera's gowns rolls into David's Bridal stores on February 11th.
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