Post # 1
I wanted to get an opinion on how the general public would feel about a unique, upscale bridal salon opening up in South Philly. Do you think it’s needed in the area? Do you think it would thrive? Let me know your opinion!
Post # 3
Would it have a unique quality to it that’d fit into the feel of South Philly? That might be the key, to have it fit in.
Post # 4
Where in South Philly? How “upscale”? What consumer market are you hoping to get?
When I lived in Philly (I lived in West Philly), I would go to Center City to get my hair cut. I would have never gone to South Philly because it’s too far.
Post # 5
This could work. The issue is parking. I know a lot of people are turned off by south philly because it’s always so cramped. Maybe validate a nearby lot? Or provide it. In regards to the upscale part, I think something more unique would be more beneficial than upscale. Like odd designers like wai ching with a few more traditional gowns mixed in there.
Post # 6
Not necessarily upscale. More so unique. Designers like Katerina Bocci and Coco Anais. Up-and-coming, not well-known.
Post # 7
I always thought that the lack of bridal shops in Philly is because there are so many right over the bridge in Jersey near Cherry Hill where there is no tax.
Post # 8
I like in NE philly, South philly is fine, if its in center city just think that youll have to go into the city often for fittings and such so do you want to deal with trying to find parking and the traffic.
Good luck 🙂