(Closed) Los Angeles Brides

posted 8 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
1510 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Saks, Beverly Hills

I went to Winnie Couture in Beverly Hills and hated it.  The dresses looked ridiculous on me. I felt like a dress up Barbie Doll.  The ladies were wonderful though.

I had a wonderful experience at Rene Strauss for the Bride with my bridesmaid dresses, although I didn’t look there for my wedding dress.  The dresses they had looked beautiful and the service would have been just as good since its all in the same store.

R-Mine Bridal in Studio City was ok.  It was a bit small though.  They didn’t seem to have much.

My family swears by Mona Mie (sp?) down in Costa Mesa, although they live a bit further south.  Both of my cousins purchased their dresses from there. 

Depending on your budget, Saks is the best. If you can’t afford it, they still do have the largest bridal selection of couture dresses in Los Angeles and you should go for the experience if nothing else. 

Post # 5
714 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I also went to Winnie.  I wanted to try a specific dress but when I went for my appointment they didn’t have the dress…i guess it had been discontinued.  I did find a dress there that I really liked…I just couldn’t reconcile the $5000 price tag.  My Future Sister-In-Law got her dress at Glamour Closet glamourcloset.com and she loves that store.  I never made it there to try on dresses.  I tried a few other places in LA but didn’t really love any of them.  I live in ventura county and ended up getting my dress here.

Post # 6
1020 posts
Bumble bee

La Soie in Torrance and Pasadena

Mary Me Bridal in Fullerton

Mariposa in Anaheim

Karoza in Glendale

All these stores allow photos 🙂

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