I’m sure you’ve already heard about it by now, but if you’re new to the wedding planning process, allow me to introduce you to The Aisle New York, an e-commerce site for luxury bridal services. This exclusive and membership only website showcases the most exclusive brands in bridal and wedding in limited engagement, timed-sale boutiques, all at exclusive, insider prices.
The Aisle New York has hand-picked a selection of bridal fashion and accessories from the world’s top designers including: Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta, Jenny Packham, Reem Acra, Lela Rose and more of our bridal favorites. Their merchandise ranges from one-of-a kind runway pieces, coveted designer archives, new custom-made orders, and exclusive designer capsule initiatives. They are simply stunning! I (along with others) feel “It’s About Time!” Of course on the panel are Co-Presidents David Yassky (former Fashion Editor and Stylist at Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) and W Magazine, Shara Levy Esq., Deborah Moses of Moses Media and Mark Ingram of Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier to partner as Co-Founders are the industry professionals behind this new venture. Talk about a line-up.
With the desire for brides to be fashionable (see I told you “Brides Love Fashion”) and economical, this is an idea whose time has come. And to spread the love even further, The Aisle New York donates a portion of proceeds from every gown sold to the charity of the designers’ choice. What I really love about this is when you finish your purchases; you will see the exact amount that will go to the designers’ charity on your statement. How many other companies put the actual donation amount in writing so you actually see it? None I know of, so kudos to them!!
Get a beautiful dress, and accessories from the comfort of your home, no matter where you are. Dress sizes will be from two to twelve, post-season and offer savings up to 50% off. To Pre-Register for membership visit them at http://www.TheAisleNewYork.com. If you want to stay up to date on the latest announcements then follow them on twitter @twitter/theaisleny. I’ll see you walking down the ‘aisle’.