Hello, my sparkling Real Weddings Brides. Today we check in with Tracy Lindenberger at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear in Angels Camp and Sutter Creek. For her, diamonds ARE a girl’s best friend. “Despite the lace trend, we’re still getting a lot of requests for bling, especially since Casablanca does it so elegantly,” she says. Here are a few of her favorites:
Silky satin gown with netting overlay, with Swarovski Crystal sequins, pearls, and silver beadwork and embroidery. Gown is strapless, with trumpet skirt.
Sleek Satin gown with rhinestones, Swarovski crystals and crystal sequins, silver beadwork and embroidery. The neckline is straight across, with a fit and flare silhouette, and beaded buttons ending at the embellishment on the train.
Strapless sweetheart shaped neckline with a silk Charmeuse accent on the bust and back neckline. The mermaid silhouette gown has Swarovski crystals, rhinestones and sequins beadwork and embroidery sewn onto netting over satin lining with covered buttons on the back bodice.
This season’s “Princess” ball gown. The bodice and skirt feature all over beautiful beadwork and silver embroidery with a pleated band that has a beaded appliqué at the natural waist. This gown features an inside hook and eye fit panel.
Strapless neckline with beaded lace appliqués sewn onto netting over Silky Satin and Crystal Taffeta pleated bodice.
Find all these sparkling Casablanca gowns and more at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear. The main bridal boutique is located in Sutter Creek (60 Main Street #2), but they recently opened a second store in Angels Camp (1262 South Main Street). Please note the Casablanca line is only carried in Sutter Creek.
For more information, log on to theclothesmine.com. And, be sure to “like” The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear on Facebook, www.facebook.com/pages/The-Clothes-Mine/114726201921682.
Also, the Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear will be having a fashion show at the Amador Wedding Fair this Sunday, May 4th, at the Jackson Rancheria Casino & Resort. Click HERE for details!
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of and copyright Casablanca Bridal.
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