Here Comes the (David’s Bridal) Bride
By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS
From classic lace gowns with long, romantic trains to short little white dresses with matching cowboy boots, the new spring/summer collection of David’s Bridal has something for every future missus.
The collection was presented to the press and fiancées during a catwalk parade at the Homework Terraza on Sunday, Feb. 5 — the first by the brand since the onset of covid-19 back in early 2020.
The collection, which will go on sale in March, included over 30 gowns, as well as a sampling of tuxedos for the groom, bridesmaid dresses, mother-of-the-bride formalwear and even oh-so-cute flower girl and ring boy outfits, replete with a steel-plated metal briefcase to carry his wares labeled “Ring Security.”
And at the end of the catwalk, all the blushing brides-to-be in attendance were invited to come on stage as one of the models tossed her bouquet into the air.
The fiancée who caught the bouquet was awarded a free wedding gown by David’s Bridal.
David’s Bridal, which opened its first store in Mexico in May of 2017, also has an entire new line of less-fuzzy, beach-suitable wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses that are not only affordable, but can be dressed up with a discreet string of pearls and a romantic veil or dressed down with a blue jeans bomber jacket (a David’s Bridal original).
David’s Bridal, the largest wedding gown chain in the United States, has more than 60 years of experience dressing women for life’s special occasions in any setting, regardless of her style preference, shape, size or budget.