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Wedding Dresses: Designing a wedding dress is not easy, as George Watts finds out. Annabelle Lord of Bridal Path explains ...
how she brings together style and comfort for one of the most important gowns you’ll ever wear. The good news is you don’t have to be
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Annabelle Lord: Hello.
George Watts: Hi!
Annabelle Lord: Hi George nice to meet you.
George Watts: Thank you. Well Annabelle thank you so much for inviting us today. It’s-
Annabelle Lord: Its my pleasure.
George Watts: I must say I'm never nervous about as I do designing a wedding dress; my dream really perfect.
Annabelle Lord: So as mine that they don’t marry as any pre-requisites to be fantastic all with this.
George Watts: Okay. So where do you get your ideas from in terms of the look of a dress?
Annabelle Lord: When I've the twilight magazines of many of which had go a lot which had those subscription tape and so I always use lies as my styles in point and because they’re just looking at a most due doesn’t know wedding dresses and they saw. They just looking at it in all the fashion designers and would let doing. And then you might pick out do something like on neckline or particularities and then the dress. And not just says of your whole kind of feel into creating into creating a whole design for dress. This one here is a peaceful dress with swarovski crystals on it.
George Watts: Have you sees about claim?
Annabelle Lord: There is.
George Watts: I'm about to say. I'm going to have to have spokes’ in my dress. I demand that whatever we design.
Annabelle Lord: but maybe I can flow on your dress if I can. Let me have that because well semilunate with a peaceful soft them I silk satin and there’s a double layer that you think about that when you- and design if you think about is going to feel to press and wearing as well. So if we have the speech possession against your skin, then it might as hold the spirit of wearing a dress inside much more info.
George Watts: yeah! That’s going to be very interesting in that because you always think it’s for the pain of fashion but obviously on your wedding day, you want to be comfortable.
Annabelle Lord: Precisely! I mean much has a very loyal way on structures and so they will feel one for me just what you’ll boss was in what he can stand really.
George Watts: Okay, let’s not get too card with this sparkle was a little a sparkle. A nice draw I think I like the maybe one of the flowing.-
Annabelle Lord: Okay you want to make with flat.
George Watts: So when somebody walks down the oil, you know it’s going to flare and they’re going to feel like a princess. That kind of look would be great. I’ll slightly fetch it for because I'm not the best drawer but I'm going to give her try.
Annabelle Lord: So just give them -.
George Watts: And about our finished, what do you think?
Annabelle Lord: I think that’s really fantastic. It’s an elegant and feminine and romantic. I love to tie on the crystal tees how they left this on that line. Do you want it to spend it too terribly on the ham?
George Watts: I like the idea of that just flowing to the ground.
Annabelle Lord: Straight to the floor.
George Watts: Yeah! Straight as the floor flowing to the ground; I'm really doing a fantastic job.
Annabelle Lord: He has that kind of fantastic there.
George Watts: Almost of I did take is make you look at some virtual rings so I did it to get somehow could on their way which I think I deed you but I'm really placed with the look.
Annabelle Lord: So I’ll take that design away and then get work and make it out and I’ll see you in the couple of weeks and they can see how the design actually works.
George Watts: That’s the exciting part.
Annabelle Lord: Not so really.
George Watts: Thank you Annabelle. Thank you for all your advice and no need to 3:29.