Mar 4, 2016
A youthful spirit and nostalgic romance resonate throughout the inaugural Ashley & Justin “The New Romantics” Fall 2016 collection. With innovative lace work and a variety of modern silhouettes combined with vintage-inspired styling, this line aims to appeal to fashion-savvy brides looking for sensibly priced alternatives to current trends featured on the runways.
Designed and developed by the 30-year-old bridal house, Ashdon Brands, this new collection has been created at popular price points. “The New Romantics” Fall 2016 collection includes desirous lace sheaths with bare or jeweled backs; elegant and classic A-lines; embellished illusion corset fit and flares; tailored Mikados and dreamy layered ball gowns; rich and elegant embroideries; embellishments and ornate low backs that are commingled with traditional fabrications and cutting-edge design, offering something for each bride’s unique personal style.
The Ashley & Justin Bridal Collection has a commitment to celebrate every body type. The collection is available in sizes 0-30 and retails from $1,300-$2,500.
It offers a standard 12-week in-store delivery on reorders as well as an immediate in-stock availability option for popular styles based on reorders. In addition, a contemporary romantic and aspirational advertising campaign as well as a strong multi-media marketing campaign has been created to ensure customer demand for the brand.
For more information, visit www.ashleyjustinbride.com or call 800-BRIDAL-1.
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