by Ryan Conner
This summer, LuLu’s Bridal Boutique is making a move. The team at the bridal store will say goodbye to the Victorian house in Uptown and make their way to the Dallas Design District (1215 Dragon Street) in June. The space previously housed an art gallery, so you can expect a modern and airy vibe with natural light and an industrial feel. This sounds like quite the atmosphere to try on your dream dress. What could be better than natural light steaming through the windows as you model potential wedding gowns? If you’re wondering if you can still find the same designers at a mid-range price point, you can rest easy. They will continue to carry favorites Maggie Sottero, David Tutera, and Casablanca. They will also add gowns from Mikaella by Paloma Blanca.
We have to admit, this is quite the change for the offshoot of StarDust Celebrations. (In such a good way.) We can’t wait to see the space. Of course you can expect us to have the news and scoop, so check back for updates and news.
So, what will the StarDust team do with the beloved Victorian house? Fill it with new dresses of course. They are reconcepting the space to house their fourth bridal salon called A Curvy Bride. The salon will be a full-service, by appointment-only experience that caters to voluptuous brides in search of their dream dress. They will be the first store in North Texas to carry plus-sized samples for a bride to try on (samples will range in sizes 18W-32, with most in sizes 22 and 24). Expect to see designers Watters, James Clifford Collection, Mikaella by Paloma Blanca, Casablanca, YSA Makino and Birnbaum & Bullock. Prices will range from $1,800 to $8,000. Stay tuned to BridalBuzz for more news, or you can check in with the StarDust blog, twitter, and Facebook page.