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Wedding Dresses 2015 UK

I was on the phone with my daughter the other day and she told me that come 2015 she’ll have quite a fair bit of travelling to do.  Oh, I asked her whether it’s work related or otherwise and she revealed that there are two weddings to attend back home in Malaysia.  That sounds great to me as I’ll get to see more of her next year.

Weddings… how sweet to see two lovebirds tying the knot in matrimony.   Then I reminisced that decades ago we have had to get our bridal dresses or gowns tailored or rented and according to Chinese customs, brides had to wear the ‘Qun Kua’ a traditional two piece attire, with a black embroidered top and a red embroidered skirt for the customary tea ceremony.   But nowadays the  whole attire is in red.   These ‘Qun Kua’ were rented as well.

Now in this era of modern technology, have you ever heard of purchasing wedding dresses on-line?  This sounds interesting, doesn’t it?  I for one have never thought of buying anything on-line, be it clothes, books, bags, accessories, etc.

But to the younger generation, nowadays very often they like to purchase their stuff on-line.  Reasons that they cited are, they can view the products on-line in the comfort of their home or on their IPad when they’re out and on top of that get feedback from reviews of those people who have had purchased the goods.  Moreover, these reviews are blatant truths and not some comments fabricated to the advantage of the retailers.

I was browsing through the internet for on-line purchases and out of curiosity, typed in ‘Wedding dresses on-line’ in the Google address bar and I was surprised that so many websites popped up.  Some had very pretty, slim models adorned in lovely wedding dresses, with beautiful fabrics such as satin, organza, some beaded while some embroidered, short, long, whatever lengths, you name it, they have it. 

But one particular website caught my eye.   It’s ‘Wedding Dresses 2015 UK’  with very affordable prices ranging from 100 to 500 sterling pounds and there’s an option in USD and Euro currencies as well.   What’s more, they also have a ‘Flash Sale Program’ which offers prices up to a 60% discount!   That’s very attractive, isn’t it? 









So for those of you readers who are planning for your big day in 2015, especially the UK residents, do hop over to their website for Wedding Dresses 2015 for their latest wedding styles be it for spring or summer!


Comments

  1. Wedding dresses are so beautiful and when I was a kid, I used to love looking at them in magazines.

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    1. Yes, to us kids at that time, brides are most beautiful!

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  2. Hi Cheah, wow! these gowns look good. Simply beautiful. Will tip my nephew about this.

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    1. You'll be surprised that it's so much cheaper getting these clothes on-line!

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  3. Hi Cheah,

    That's it!!! There won't be wedding dresses for me... I'm getting old and don't have any daughters to shop for these :p However, I can still admire these...

    Very pretty!

    Zoe

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  4. Hi Cheah, till now, I still love to look at all those beautiful wedding gowns. Never get tired of it even though no chance to wear it again, hahaha... have a nice day and regards :)

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  5. I still love looking at wedding dresses. These are beautiful pieces :D

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