Wedding Fashion

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Arena Flowers

One of the leading online florists in the UK, offering the highest quality flowers from around the world at excellent prices. All of Arena Flowers’ bouquets and flower arrangements are not only beautiful and fresh, but also affordable and great value, as flowers should be. They believe that flowers in the UK have been overpriced for too long and that UK flower lovers are not getting what they deserve in terms of flower and bouquet quality. They believe that at Arena Flowers they’re different, because they cut out all the wholesalers and middlemen that add time and money to your flowers, and because they strive to give the best possible experience to their customers. So, when you buy an Arena Flowers bouquet, the flowers will reach you or your intended recipient several days fresher than if they had come from almost any other UK florist. Plus you won’t feel you’ve had to pay a king’s ransom for your flowers.

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Bang Good

Their motto is best bang for your buck and they’re proud to offer you exclusive deals and promotions just for you. Bang Good was founded in 2004, specializing in computer software research and development, focusing on foreign trade e-commerce. From there it developed into an online retailer for almost everything you need for happy living, eating and entertaining. They have 4 offices, one in Hong Kong, one in Shenzhen, one in Hangzhou, and one in Yiwu. In Guangzhou you will find their main office housing 1000+ employees from customer service to product managers. The whole team is committed to providing low price, high quality products and professional services to global customers. Why choose Bang Good: a wide range of great products totalling over 70000, best bang for your buck, professional customer services, free or low cost shipping, no minimum order quantity, PayPal, Credit Card And Boleto payment options, direct dropshipping, protective shipping with product declaration. A wide range of categories including: apple accessories, cell phones, electronics, RC toys, LED lights, clothing, beauty, jewellery, and watches. Every product they sell has been carefully selected to offer the best quality and highest value. To stay fashionable and current they are continually in the process of updating their product offerings to provide the latest gadgets electronics fashion and more. To provide even more value, they have price protection; if they make their prices cheaper within 3 days of you purchasing they will refund the difference, just contact them and they will give you a refund.

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BHLDN

American women's clothing retailer that specializes in wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, bridal accessories, and wedding décor. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, BHLDN is owned by Urban Outfitters and is a sister brand to Anthropologie. BHLDN launched its website on Valentine’s Day 2011 and opened its first brick-and-mortar store in Houston in August 2011. The retailer has since expanded to operating an additional brick-and-mortar store in Chicago, and shop-in-shop locations in Anthropologie stores in New York City, Boston, Beverly Hills, Seattle, and Washington D.C. BHLDN carries gowns and accessories from fashion designers including Catherine Deane, Tracy Reese, and Fleur Wood. It also collaborates with Wedding Paper Divas, a subsidiary of photo publishing service Shutterfly, for a collection of wedding stationery.

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BHS

British department store chain with branches mainly located in high street locations, primarily selling clothing and household items. In recent years, the company has begun to expand into furniture, electronics, entertainment, convenience groceries and, most recently, fragrance and beauty products. The company has 164 stores throughout the United Kingdom, and 74 International stores across 18 separate territories. BHS was previously a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index, but was bought by Sir Philip Green in 2000 and taken private. The company became part of Green's Arcadia Group in 2009. On 12 March 2015, BHS was sold to the consortium Retail Acquisitions Ltd for the nominal value of £1.

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Bloomingdale's

To think it all started with a 19th century fad, the hoop skirt. That was the first item that Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale carried in their Ladies' Notions Shop in New York's Lower East Side. In the late 1800's, most fashion retailers specialized in just one type of garment. Not the brothers Bloomingdale, their East Side Bazaar, opened in 1872, sold a wide variety of European fashions. It was the beginning of what would become a "Department Store". In 1886 came the visionary move uptown to 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. The store expanded steadily and by the 1920's, Bloomingdale's converted an entire city block. Flexing his marketing muscle, in 1900 Lyman created splashy ad campaigns to bring people in the door. People started seeing the "All Cars Transfer to Bloomingdale's" slogan everywhere, on billboards, delivery wagons, and even ladies' beach umbrellas. In the 1940's Bloomingdale's became the stage for gala events and fashion shows, including "Woman Of The Year, 1947." With music, lighting and sophistication, it was retailing as theater. In 1961, the Bloomingdale's team came up with the first designer shopping bags. Since then, many have become collector's items. By the 70's, everyone was stopping by 59th Street and Lexington Avenue for a look, including Queen Elizabeth. People came to see and to be seen. Once there, they were dazzled by the cutting-edge fashion of designers like Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis and Norma Kamali, who got their first truly big opportunities at Bloomingdale's. In the 2000's, looking forward, Bloomingdale's is committed to once again lead the way with exclusive merchandise, customized services, and alternative shopping venues. Carrying on the Bloomingdale's brothers' dream, Bloomingdale's are always finding ways to set their stores apart. That's both the legacy and the promise of Bloomingdale's.

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Browns

Welcome to Browns, a temple of style in the heart of London. Joan Burstein created Browns with her husband Sidney in 1970. Once a small boutique housed on the ground floor at 27 South Molton Street, Browns rapidly became one of London's most important fashion destinations and grew quickly, expanding through five connecting townhouses with number 23 being exclusively for men. Joan Burstein is credited with discovering such talents as John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan and Commes des Garcons. Her talent for spotting future fashion superstars, "is nothing more than a hunch, it just happens, a gut feeling, a gut instinct", she says. Today, Browns is just as revolutionary as it ever was. One of London's most valued fashion landmarks, it continues to offer pieces that have been individually handpicked from the world's top designers. "We buy only pieces we like, we edit tremendously. It's all about quality and individuality. It's all a concept." says Mrs Joan Burstein. Browns offers special personalized service and the ultimate shopping experience for clothing and accessories for both men and women all under one roof. Browns Focus is targeted at the trendy, cutting edge market.

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By Wishes

They aim to bring you the most up to date products at the best possible prices. Even though new products are always being added they are happy for their customers to contact them with any items that you are looking for as they are constantly looking for new products to add to their already large collection. By Wishes is a division of Eastman Staples Ltd, which is over 100 years old and supplies all the major clothing manufactures in the UK and overseas. They are a team of experts in their fields and with this they can offer an unrivaled service.

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Coast

They champion the new rules for dressing up; it’s not only about that one off special occasion but for all the events in our lives – from a red carpet event to a birthday party or drinks with friends. They design seemingly effortless looks which complement individual personality; pieces to make us look and feel amazing. Founded in 1996, Coast quickly established itself as the high street brand people loved. Over the last 20 years, the spirit of the brand has remained unchanged - to create beautiful clothes for women who love to dress up. Their seasonal collections of bridesmaid dresses and outfits are designed to bring effortless style to your wedding party. From classic navy maxi dresses to on-trend embellished tops with voluminous maxi skirts, each piece can be mixed and matched for every bridesmaid. From the signature high low skirt to delicate rose print dresses and sophisticated separates, their luxury occasion wear will ensure that you’re the best dressed wedding guest no matter what your style. Their show stopping prom dresses are perfect for celebrating in style. On trend offerings will guarantee you an unforgettable night - whether you’re looking for a fun catwalk inspired look or an elegant floor length gown, with Coast you’ll be dance floor ready in no time. They know that looking unique, modern and stylish is key on race day, so whether it’s Aintree or Ascot, leave the races to them. Their standout looks mean that you can make a statement on the tracks in structured monochrome or be pretty in chiffon pastels with their variety of styles. Whether it’s a gold sequin skirt or a classic little black dress, they’ve got the Christmas party all wrapped up. Evening cocktail dresses, contemporary textures and stylish accessories are on the menu with their festive collections. Looking polished around the clock is essential and their workwear pieces are designed to take you from day to night effortlessly. With a fresh twist on classic staples, they’ve got elegant ruffle blouses, lace shift dresses and everyday pieces with form fitting work trousers and duster jackets to finish off the look. From special events to sartorial staples, with Coast you’ll find the perfect ensemble for every occasion.

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Coco Melody

In the world of fashion, there are two differing business modes: running a brand and running a personal label. The running of a brand usually belongs to a profit-motivated registered company, while a personal label is much smaller in scale and is driven by fashion rather than profit. The main difference between the two is that most personal labels are not long-lasting due to lack of funds, while big-name brands are backed with financial support. In turn, big-name brands employ independent fashion designers to create profit-motivated products such as bags, shoes, and other accessories. A problem with this is that these talented designers are unable to creatively visualize their own designs, and have to consider the needs of the market instead. At Coco Melody, they want to change these rules by inviting talented designers to use their workshops to fully visualize their designs and follow their own design processes.

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Debenhams

Leading international, multi-channel brand with a proud British heritage which trades out of over 240 stores across 27 countries. Debenhams gives its customers around the world a unique, differentiated and exclusive mix of own brands, international brands and concessions. They have a strong ethical and environmental trading policies.

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Desordre

Boutique based in Sydney, featuring a curated selection from each designers' collection and focusing on special and exclusive pieces available in store and online. Created in 2009 as a love creation between Shannon Thomas and Lucinda Connery. Originally a 'pop up boutique' giving Paddington, Bondi Beach and Brisbane a taste of their beautiful clothes, the demand resulted in a permanent location in June 2010. Due to demand, the online boutique is now up and running. Featuring BUY NOW and PRE-ORDER for their savvy fashion clients to secure favourite pieces from their cult collections.

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Dunelm

Fast growing specialist out-of-town homewares retailer which provides a comprehensive range of products to a wide customer base, under the brand name Dunelm. Dunelm was founded in 1979 by Bill and Jean Adderley, selling curtains on a Leicester market stall. The business developed into a successful chain of high street shops in the Midlands specialising in soft furnishings and other homeware. Today the major focus is out-of-town retailing – always with the company's original principle of “something for everyone, everything for someone – there’s no place like Dunelm” firmly in mind. Key facts: UK’s largest homewares retailer; portfolio of established out-of-town superstores, average sales area approximately 30,000 square feet; great prices; deep availability; friendly knowledgeable service; online store featuring 24,000 products.

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