(Closed) Dress Shopping NYC

posted 10 years ago in New York City
Post # 3
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484 posts
Helper bee

Bridal Atelier by Mark Ingram has amazing service but they only carry a select number of designers so I would check out the website first just to make sure they have something you’ll be interested in.

There’s also Ally Bridal in Hoboken but I believe she only carries her designs. Don’t quote me on that though…

Good luck! 

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2007 - Restaurant in Burlington

I would HIGLY recommend Mark Ingram’s Bridal Atelier (http://www.bridalatelier.com/) no matter what.  This was one of the first places I went and everything else paled in camparison to the feeling, experience, attention etc. that I got here. 

It’s by appointment only, so call first and ask for Anju.  She is a doll and was so honest and helpful.  I was working with a budget (like most brides) and when it came time for the veil, she had me try on one she thougth would be perfect, told me it was $250, explained exactly what it was "elbow lenght two tier etc…" and that I could easily get something very similar elsewhere for much less money.  She wanted me to be happy and that was her top priority.  A+ all the way around.

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Also loved my dress designer, Mika Inatome! She’s this little japanese woman whose a ball of fire! Her studio is a loft in Tribeca. All the embroidary is done by hand and she is a perfectionist when it comes to alterations.

I was on a budget as well, so I bought a dress during her sample sale and received 50% off plus free alterations (and yes, even though she wasn’t making any extra money, she made my mermaid shaped dress, fit like a glove!)

Post # 6
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Newbee

i loved Birnbaum & Bullock but you definitely need to make an appointment.  They’re wonderful 🙂

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