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18 Nov

BRIDE ON A BUDGET? THE ‘REVERSIBLE’ COLLECTION MIGHT BE WORTH CONSIDERING

It is almost customary for brides to wear two dresses for their big day, one for the ceremony and the other to ‘parte after parte’; there’s a category of brides that really just want to skip all of the wedding day excesses and get straight to married life, these ones wouldn’t bother for a second look, and there is another category that would love to look different, but are restrained by their budget.

New Zealand bridal designer, Trish Peng, has however come up with a ‘REVERSIBLE’ collection which is pretty much a 2-in-1 wedding dress collection, so now you can switch up your look ‘from one material to another by opening two hand-stitched zips which run down each side of the gown’, or detaching and attaching new features for your dress.

Would you try a 2-in-1 dress for your big day? See the whole collection here.

Tinuade Odutayo

Tinuade is a Digital Editor at SCHICK Magazine, she has interests in Brand and Corporate Communications. Tinuade with a degree in Communications Culture and Media from Coventry University enjoys creating content, reading, writing and researching; she hopes to eventually create experiential content for Lifestyle and Tourism.

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