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Leading industry wedding gown manufacturer Casablanca Bridal is pleased to introduce a new division of its company with the first ever Beloved By Casablanca Bridal collection for Fall 2016.
Beloved is the missing piece to accompany the range of lines carried by Casablanca Bridals, Incorporated. Currently, mid-level price points are catered to with the Casablanca line, as well higher end gowns with the Amare Couture line. Contrastingly, Beloved offers gowns for the budget conscious bride, with retail price points falling right around $1,000. However, it is the first line of its kind that offers the ability to provide a range of different customizations, a service not typical to this category and price segment.
“We are thrilled to be able to cater to a wider range of brides to be than ever before,” says owner and CEO Kevin Lu. “Every woman deserves to discover her dream dress for her special day, and Beloved will give us even more of an ability to reach these women.”
Whimsical and romantic, the first collection from Beloved conjures up a range of different emotions spanning Serenity to Euphoria; emotions which the gowns are named after. The Beloved bride is less concerned with all of the bells and whistles of extravagance on her wedding day than she is with practicality, comfort and staying true to herself, and to her beloved.
The Fall 2016 Collection contains 16 different gowns. While they create a cohesive line bonded together by a sweetness, freshness and youthfulness, there is enough variety within to suit the taste of many different brides. From fit-and-flare options to A-line dresses and even ball gowns, all different silhouettes are represented.
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