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  • n. Clothing to be worn by a bride on her wedding day.


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bridal +‎ wear


  • In the U.S. today, bridalwear sales total more than $2 billion annually.

    Here Comes the Dress

  • Linda, owner of the "House That Moved" at her bespoke wedding and bridalwear shop in Exeter.

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  • Taking a cue from J Crew's successful bridalwear line, more retailers such as Ann Taylor and Anthropologie are beginning to offer wedding gowns.

    Something Old, Something from the Mall

  • Austin Scarlett, the Project Runway Season One contestant who now designs bridalwear, was voting at Hayden.

    Scarlett Letter! At NYU, Project Runway Star Calls Cindy McCain an 'Evil Beauty Queen'; Sam Shepard Almost Couldn't Vote

  • One of Princess Diana's favorite designers, Oldfield is best known for his couture evening dresses and bridalwear. Front Page

  • Amy's wedding dress has been donated by a bridalwear shop in Wirral and the search is on for the right veil.


  • England, January 14/PRNewswire/-- Europe's largest bridalwear exhibition, BBEH, returns to Harrogate this March. - Business News

  • Dreweatt Neate closed its office in Devizes Market Place last October with the loss of three jobs due to the economic downturn and it is now leased to a bridalwear shop.


  • A RUNCORN couple's business is up against competition from across Europe in a bid to scoop a major bridalwear industry award.


  • Fashion trends in bridalwear are fairly stable with styles and color fads always reverting back to simplicity.



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