Recognizing the need in these tough economic time for dollar-saving bridal designs, Alfred Angelo has launched the Recessionista collection– nine value-priced visions which marries the company’s 75 years of experience in elegance with today’s most sought after wedding gown silhouettes.
Whether a bargain-hunting bride is dreaming of the dramatic effect of a mermaid or fit and flare skirt, the Regency era romance of an empire waistline or the contemporary appeal of a two-piece ensemble, Alfred Angelo’s more than 2,500 stores are now showcasing the Recessionista styles.
Dresses in the collection include an old Hollywood-influenced taffeta gown with a chapel-length train (seen in the top right photo,) a flirty cocktail dress in satin and lace (seen in the photo on the left) and a gown accented in one of Alfred Angelo’s 55 shades of trim (seen in the bottom photo). The affordable attire’s price tags start as low as $298.
Cost-cutting couples can also sign up to win The Big Tip Off contest, which was launched on April 1, 2009. One bride who sends in a budget-friendly tip for tying the knot will win an Alfred Angelo Wedding Stimulus Prize Package, complete with an Alfred Angelo wedding dress, four Alfred Angelo bridesmaids dresses, Palladium wedding bands courtesy of SkyFacet.com and a honeymoon furnished by NWA WorldVacations.
For more information regarding the Recessionista collection or the Big Tip Off contest:
• visit www.alfredangelo.com
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