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Attitude Couture debuts stunning wedding dresses
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Apr '14
Just in time for wedding season, Attitude Couture’s new collection of stunning wedding dresses includes a variety of inspired looks for brides seeking the perfect dress for their perfect day. Based in New Orleans, Attitude Couture is an exclusive label collection of special occasion women's wear.
 
“There’s a reason so many people enjoy watching shows like ‘Say Yes to the Dress.’ Wedding dresses are part of the dream of a beautiful day, a beautiful event and a beautiful life,” said Robin Spindt, owner of Attitude Couture. “We are proud to offer gorgeous styles, exquisite detailing, embellishments and looks designed to suit every body type.”
 
The Attitude Couture wedding dress collection includes a vintage lace dress with large jewels, a lacy mermaid silhouette with beads below the hip and a lace-up back for flexible sizing, a sweet strapless dress with a bejeweled top and satiny A-line skirt, a dreamy organza dress with rhinestone and crystal bodice and full skirt, a ruffled organza gown with layers of vintage lace and a hint of sparkle, and a lovely lace gown with large embellishments and a body-hugging silhouette. All the dresses are ivory except for the lacy mermaid silhouette which comes in white.
 
About Attitude Couture
Attitude Couture by Robin Spindt offers elegant prom, evening and special occasion dresses and jackets – featuring exclusively designed plus size options. Spindt, who has more than 40 years’ experience as a clothier and jewelry designer, created Attitude Couture to introduce a new concept in formal dress focusing on offering first-class customer service and unique dresses.
 
 

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