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Glamazon gowns from Daniel Island boutique


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Like the infectious '80s tune, every style savvy bride to-be wants Jenny's number--Jenny Packham's that is. Well, It-boutique White's got it. And they sent no shortage of her glitzy creations down the runway for Charleston Fashion Week's bridal showcase. Her Gatsby-esque 'Azalea' gown opened the show, captivating editors and show goers immediately. Woven in with classic full skirt silhouettes by the ever-popular Amsale, Alvina Valenta and Badgley Mischka, the show definitely ran the gamut in bridal styles. An illusion back ball gown with satin-covered buttons by Amsale epitomized timeless glamour. Plus an ethereal ombré hem dress by White owner Jodi Moylan made for a show-stopping addition to the stunning assortment of "I do" confections. Ballerina buns, delicate fascinators and Barbie pink lips were perfectly befitting of the ultra-feminine aesthetic, and after 20 looks, left me completely smitten with the shop. The song is 867-5309, the number is (843) 471-2975. For a good {dress}, call. 

 

 

all photos: BlueSky Studios

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