Sophia Tolli Y21977B Stephanie Grace Stephanie Grace is a misty tulle ball gown. with a dropped waist bodice richly embellished with beaded Schiffli lace appliqués and glitter sparkle throughout the design.
Illusion and lace long sleeves and a sweetheart neckline with a sheer tulle panel are balanced by a sheer illusion back accented with floating covered buttons and lace, trailing onto a full skirt with chapel train. Available without sleeves as Y21977A Stephanie. Also available with a raised solid back.
Colours: Ivory/French Beige,Ivory, White
We have this gown in stock in the Ivory/French Beige Colour Way and size 20.Click here to make an appointment.
Sizes: 2 – 30
Looking for inspiration? Click through here to view the catwalk show hosted by Sophia Tolli which we attended when selecting our samples for the boutique.
Sophia Tolli Y21977B Stephanie Grace is also available as Stephanie without the sleeves view here
Here’s how to choose a bridal shop that will lead you toward your dream wedding dress.
Learning how to choose a bridal shop can have a big impact on your wedding dress shopping experience. You’ll want to find a wedding dress store that makes you feel comfortable and at ease while sifting through the dozens (or hundreds!) of dresses to find that perfect gown. But with so many wedding dress stores out there (seriously, there are a lot!), how do you choose a bridal shop that’s right for you?
Ask friends and family
If you’re on the hunt for a trustworthy wedding dress store, ask your married friends and family members where they went. Find out why they liked that particular bridal shop by asking for the inside scoop. Did they like their stylist, and why? What types of wedding dresses did the salon house? Did they make wedding dress shopping a fun, exciting experience?
Read reviews for bridal salons in your area. See what real brides had to say about their experiences to help you make an informed decision on which ones you should visit. Most salons will also have information about their hours and appointment policies listed alongside their reviews, making it a one-stop shop for all the crucial information you need.
Do your research
Browse the latest wedding dress trends to figure out which designers you like best (and which ones are in your price range), then find out what stores in your area carry those designers. Most bridal shops have a list of the designers they carry on their websites, so it’s smart to consult that before shopping. If you have your heart set on a certain designer, and are writing off a well-reviewed, reputable bridal shop because they don’t carry that brand—still check it out! You might end up loving a dress by a designer you never expected, so give the store a chance.
Be mindful of your budget
Before you choose a bridal shop to visit, make sure you have a price point that you want to stick to in your head. Certain stores may not have gowns within your price range, so again, be sure to check their website or call in advance. If only some of the dresses at the store are within your budget, make sure you let your stylist know your maximum spend before trying on anything. The last thing you want is to end up modeling a gown that’s over budget, so honesty is the best policy.