(Closed) Bridal shops in LA?

posted 13 years ago in Los Angeles
Post # 3
68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I really enjoyed Belle Bridal and the Saks in Costa Mesa. Saks definitely wasn’t reasonably priced, but they weren’t pushy at all and extremely friendly. Belle Bridal was ridiculously not pushy, and they were reasonably priced.

Post # 4
14 posts
  • Wedding: December 2007 - historic estate overlooking the heart of Palm Springs

In looking for my dress, I went to three places (the Bridal Suite on Ventura Blvd in the Valley, Monique Lhuillier & Claire Pettibone). What I liked about going to those three is that they all had very different vibes. Claire Pettibone is a must, in my opinion, because you get such personal attention and they don’t do the hard sell. They let you try on every dress and generally, you’re the only customer there. Also, they really help you find what you’re looking for (even when you don’t even know!) Monique’s is an experience (very crowded when I went and I was shy about trying on all the dresses I wanted), but very couture. The Bridal Suite was nice because it’s down to earth and has a lot of different designers. Hope this helped!

Post # 6
31 posts
  • Wedding: October 2008

I really liked Jinny’s Bridal in Huntington Beach. The staff was very friendly and didn’t treat you differently when they find out you want to purchase a dress for under $1000.  PLUS they let you take pictures before you buy a dress!

Post # 7
735 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

Depends where in LA… Try projectwedding.com or ask the gal’s on the LA knot boards, they will overwhelm you with info.

Post # 8
1 posts
  • Wedding: February 2021

pebbles bridal on ventura in woodland hills

de soto exit..

very friendly people

no appointments needed

great selection..

i bought my dress from there ..cant wait for it to arrive! 

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