Another gorgeous collection from Justin Alexander! Glamour and style combined with an amazing fit and impeccable construction. These are the hallmarks of Justin Alexander bridal gowns. The beauty of the gowns speak for themselves in the images we’re about to show you.
The less “sexy” part of the collection is the construction. One thing that every one of our brides says when she tries on a Justin Alexander gown is how amazing it feels on her. You can actually feel the construction of the gown (in a good way!) when you have it on. It has the ability to redefine your body – seriously.
How does Justin Alexander describe the 2015 Collection? We quote: “The Justin Alexander Spring 2015 Collection couples effortless elegance and dramatic lines to create gowns that will make any bride feel confident and ethereal. Inspired by the clean aesthetic of the 1960′s, the collection features dresses that are designed to highlight the curves of the female form.”
Sleek, satin glamour, fit and flare or ball gown, there is a silhouette for every bride in this new collection!
Love it? Want to see more? New gowns arriving weekly, so drop us a note for current styles in stock or call 831-626-7700 to speak to one of our consultants. Prices and delivery information available upon request. And as alway, gown alterations and a custom veil are included with every gown!
Visit the Justin Alexander Bridal website to see full images and additional views of each gown.
Epiphany Bridal is located in downtown Carmel, CA on Mission Street, between 5th and 6th. We are California’s destination bridal boutique, so we invite brides everywhere to visit us for a beautiful bridal experience!
The Carmel Pine Cone has come out with its’ most current wedding issue… and Epiphany Boutique was featured!
Here is a link to the article in the September 12, 2014 edition, on page 34A. We’ve also clipped out the article below for an instant read.
Thank you to The Carmel Pine Cone and writer, Lisa Watson for an informative article, showing brides that what you see at the store and bridal magazines is only the beginning. Your gown truly can be whatever you dream!
For more information about the alteration and design services offered at Epiphany, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Prefer to speak to someone immediately? Call us at 831-626-7700. There is never a charge for an alteration consultation, so feel free to bring your gown in for a quote. We work on your schedule, whether your wedding is in 6 months or 6 days!
New year, new you. At least that’s what all the post-New Year’s weight loss commercials would have you believe. As for me, I did think that the new year would bring a new life for my husband and me. Shortly before Christmas we found out that my husband had been offered a job in Burlington,Vermont. We spent Christmas and New Year’s Eve in our apartment and on New Year’s Day, we put in our 30 day notice.
After that we began preparing for the move. We posted our furniture on craigslist since we could not take it with us all the way across the country. We were worried that we wouldn’t be able to sell everything in time and it turned out that we started too early. Now we are down to the bare minimum, essentially just a mattress and a chair, as we wait out the rest of the month. It seems like we’ve been doing a lot of waiting recently. We are still waiting to hear when my husband starts work and when he has to train for the job. We’ve been waiting so long for this to happen, though, that a little more waiting won’t kill us.
As we start making plans, it’s hard not to be reminded of our first cross-country trip together. It was almost exactly three years ago when we moved from Virginia to Monterey, California. We had to sell all of our furniture then too, mostly things we had gotten from our parents when we graduated college and moved in together. We hadn’t even been dating two years when we packed up the car and began our four-day drive that had us stopping in Nashville, Amarillo, and Needles on our way here. Now, three years later and eight months after my husband graduated and started job hunting, we are ready to leave.
I remember being jealous of the brides I met who had their lives all planned out. Many of them had husbands who were officers in the military and they were going to be taken care of even if they did have to move all over the country. Being a military brat myself, and never much for stability, I was surprised how uncomfortable I was not knowing where we would be in the next month or the next year. We are still in a state of uncertainty now, but we are moving in the right direction. And that direction is East.