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Find Gowns to Fit Your Frame: Pear

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:56:50 PM America/New_York

If you’ve got that pear shape on lockdown, be sure to show it! There are a couple styles you should keep your eye on to ensure that you will look marvelously fabulous. A-line or fuller skirts are a great way to show off or camouflage, while a boat neckline or straps are a great way to balance your proportions.

Showcase your curvy figure and full hips with an a-line gown that gently angles away from your body. A fitted bodice will help reveal your curves in a simple, sophisticated and sexy way without sacrificing comfort. The simple lines of the dress will show your figure’s strengths and you will be sure to catch everyone’s eye.

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Find Gowns to Fit Your Frame: Wedge (Inverted Triangle)

Monday, April 21, 2014 12:21:36 PM America/New_York

Girl, work those shoulders! With your shoulders broader than your waist and hips, look for a dress with a defined waistline that hits right at your natural waist. The classic strapless look will help your shoulders shine so avoid boat neck or spaghetti straps. The full skirt of a ball gown will help create symmetry with your wide shoulders and a structured bodice and will accent your defined waist. Look for a textured top or accessorize with a little bling around your waist to really highlight the more narrow parts of your body.

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Find Gowns to Fit Your Frame: Rectangle

Friday, April 18, 2014 3:19:57 PM America/New_York

Everyone has a unique body type, and it’s important to know what kind of frame you have so you know how to dress it up. If you have a rectangle frame, your waist, hip and shoulder widths are very similar and usually on the slimmer side. And if you’re slender, you may have a nice athletic look to you. When looking for the perfect gown, you want to show off your best assets: your arms and legs. To do this, you’ll look for gowns that create curves and elongate your legs and play up your toned arms.

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Pulling Off the Bridal Gown Look You Want

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 4:42:08 PM America/New_York

When the big question was popped, of course your first reaction was excitement and aw. But as you settle in to the engagement period and delve deep into the planning, there are a lot of details to consider—especially your dream gown.

You may not even know where to begin, but that is why we’re here! Let’s look at a few starting places and how to pull off the bridal gown look you want.

Envision Your Big Day

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If you have been expecting the big question for some time now, or maybe you’ve always planned on getting married, you may have gotten a head start by clipping magazine pictures, saving Facebook photos and “pinning” wedding ideas to a Pinterest board. These are all great places to begin, and if you haven’t already done this, now is the time. You are surrounded by inspiration so go out and find it. Buy wedding magazines, check out bridal shows, and read more bride-to-be blogs. The details you choose will fall in to place once you have the picture perfect idea of everything you want at your wedding.

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Just Engaged? Start Planning Your Wedding

Thursday, April 10, 2014 4:30:37 PM America/New_York

Getting engaged can be one of the most exciting times of your life. Unfortunately, with all of the planning, options, and decisions, it can also be the most overwhelming. Take a deep breath. Enjoy this moment and let us guide you through the first steps to making your wedding a success!

Gather Ideas

The Internet is flooded with wedding ideas. From wedding blogs to Facebook pictures of your friend’s wedding, there is plenty to look at. The best place to start is to set up a Pinterest board specifically for your wedding ideas. When you find something you like, pin it to the board. This will help you keep all of your ideas and inspiration in one place. Not a fan of technology? Buy a journal and organize the old fashion way. Clip ideas from magazines and glue them into a book. This will make for a good keepsake after the wedding, too!

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How to Series: Hiring the Right Caterer

Wednesday, April 9, 2014 1:34:51 PM America/New_York

You may be so nervous on your big day that you forget what food even is. But your guests won’t. They will most likely be hungry after the ceremony and what you serve them can set the tone for the rest of the reception, not to mention the memories they will take away with them.

Now, I’m not saying this to stress you out. Planning a wedding on its own is hard work, so you already know what you are up against. This is why we are here to help. We have put together a short guide to help you choose the right caterer so you can stop any of the worry right now.

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St Pete Designer Spotlight: Lazaro

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 1:26:40 PM America/New_York

A woman’s wedding dress is the first thing people start talking about, so why not start off the night with a bang and walk in wearing a Lazaro gown? With dramatic silhouettes and detailed embroidery, each Lazaro gown is sure to catch everyone’s eye.

The style is glamorous, yet not over the top. It is chic and refined but still allows you to show your personality. With figure flattering mermaids, beautiful a-lines, and full ball gowns, Lazaro’s bridal collection offers you the chance to pick from the cream of the crop.

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Homecoming Dresses

Monday, April 7, 2014 4:32:28 PM America/New_York

Homecoming Dresses

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You guessed it! It’s that time of year already. We just returned from the Atlanta market to view the fall 2014, homecoming dresses and let me say you are in for a treat. Market was an absolute blast, walking from showroom to showroom seeing all the designers’ different styles and colors. It truly is like something you would see out of a movie. Models walk around the showroom displaying the various new homecoming dresses and colors looking gorgeous in all the gowns, but enough about the showrooms. On to the dresses! This season’s homecoming trend is all about lace, illusion necklines, and stunning back detail. On top of that, the designers are making a statement with beautiful vibrant colors like ruby, mint, crystal pink and also lots and lots of BLING. You can never have enough bling…

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Stella York Trunk Show

Friday, April 4, 2014 8:47:00 PM America/New_York

 

Stella York Trunk ShowThis is a "Must attend" event. Stella York is a fashion forward affordable bridal gown collection that has the perfect gown for every bride. Designer wedding gowns, made from the most exquisite fabrics, and adorned with delicate lace and beading are priced perfectly. Prices for the Stella York wedding gowns start at $699 and go up to $1,600 so they are in your budget.

Call to schedule your appointment for the Stella York Trunk Show at CC's Bridal Boutique in Tampa.

April 4 - April 14

Call today! 813-877-2410

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Reception Dresses

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 4:59:11 PM America/New_York

Looking to do a big switch-a-rue after your wedding ceremony so you can be a little more comfortable at your reception? You are not alone! More brides are opting for a grandiose ceremony dress while then slipping into a shorter, more free-to-shake-it reception dress.

Wondering what makes the perfect reception dress? The answer is simple: whatever you feel comfortable in. It is your day! You can wear whatever color, style, and length you want! The most typical reception dress falls anywhere from just or below the knee. The style is up to you, but the majority of reception dresses are soft and whimsical. You want to be able to move so be sure you like the fit of the dress.

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