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Ladies' Formal Wear for your wedding - Related Wedding News

Ashwell & Co, based in Bristol, is now offering a personal styling service

Ashwell & Co, based in Bristol, in now offering a personal styling service. This bookable, appointment-based experience is designed to help and guide anyone looking for some style advice or for a special outfit for a specific event. So, if your mums are struggling to find something to suit for your big day, or your nearest and dearest are feeling a bit lost in terms of inspiration, it's worth pointing them in the direction of this local lovely.

Posted: 2 May 2023

Dressed to impress with Bellissimo Occasion Wear

There's a fabulous range of mother-of-the-bride outfits at Bellissimo Occasion Wear's new home in Curry Rivel near Langport. "When the pandemic hit and we couldn't open, we started thinking about selling online," owner Caroline Kenshole tells us. "In the end, we decided this wasn't right for our customers. It's the experience you have in the shop with us that counts: feeling the quality of the material and experimenting with styles and colours." In October 2020, Caroline had the opportunity to open a boutique just down the road from her home – but she soon had to close again for another lockdown!

Posted: 12 August 2021