Ooooh brides, are you ready for this?! Grace Loves Lace has arrived in Dallas and we could not be more excited if we tried! GLL is an Australian designer + bridal boutique and their unique showroom, try-on experience and incredible gowns will absolutely blow you away. This brand new Dallas showroom is only one of three GLL showrooms in the United States, along with NYC and LA, and only one of five in the world. There is truly nothing like Grace Loves Lace or the one-of-a-kind dresses they offer, so read on to learn more!
Top-notch service and hospitality at your appointment: All Grace Loves Lace showroom appointments are free of charge, one hour, offer champagne and include a one-on-one expert stylist to guide your appointment and to help you find “the one.” You’ll feel like a queen in their exquisite, modern, Mediterranean and minimalist studio. This place is what dreams are made of!
Made to order gowns with only one fitting needed: That’s right – one fitting. All GLL gowns are made of stretch lace (designed for a simple/easy fit with no boning or rigid structure) and don’t require any fittings – only one appointment is necessary at Grace Loves Lace. They also don’t charge extra for a made-to-order gown! As long as there is ample time between ordering your gown and your wedding date, your gown will be handmade to your size range and height and delivered to your doorstep. The process really couldn’t be any easier! If your wedding date is closely approaching, you can simply buy a ready-to-wear gown and take it home that day!
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Want to book your appointment at Grace Loves Lace right this second? We can’t blame you! Get in touch via their Brides of North Texas vendor profile or peruse their website for more information. We’re so excited to welcome this incredible Aussie gown maker to the DFW bridal community and hope you love them as much as we do!
Photos courtesy of Grace Loves Lace