(PRWEB) May 24, 2005
Ever wished you could tell a designer 'like it', 'hate it' when you see their newest styles? Brides.com is letting you do just that. They've provided online access to the same dresses presented at their Fall 2005 fashion shows with a twist - visitors can give feedback to the designers, by voting for their favorite styles in each collection.
Pick Christos, for example, and you can vote on your five favorite dresses within their Fall 2005 line. Voting is anonymous, by the way - you don't have to submit any contact information to be heard.
With hundreds of dresses on display, you can get a great preview before you start shopping, and give your opinion to the designers at the same time.
Also this week, Brides Fashion Director Rachel Leonard offers advice on everything from gown shopping to storage:
Post-wedding gown care and storage: Wedding dresses are not like othe garments. They're more delicate and require special care. So have a qualified bridal cleaner prepare and store your gown for you.
When to Start Shopping: You may want to start your wedding dress search the moment you say 'yes', but it makes sense to wait until you and your financee have settled on a site. Where you get married can affect your choice of wedding gown.
Brides.com is a leading online resource for wedding planning. The site
jewelry and etiquette. BRIDES magazine is the leading Bridal publication in
America, published by the Fairchild Bridal Group.