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Say Yes To The Dress And Buy Black — Meet A Black Wedding Dress Designer

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Say yes to the dress and buy Black. Veronica Wells recently found out that she could do both, in fact. Pantora Bridal is a Black owned company that is helping brides do just that, daily. Their designs are fresh, cutting edge and simply breathtaking. For a woman, there is no experience quite like the pursuit and purchase of a wedding dress. The fear, anxiety, emotions and hope wrapped up in that single experience is simply unparalleled. Pantora Bridal is providing an experience for brides beyond the normal and leaving customers nothing but satisfied.

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Andrea Pitter Campbell is the designer behind this amazing brand. Andrea is “known for modern textiles and classic silhouettes; combining contemporary flare and a glamorous edge.” All of these elements are fused to create a unique bridal experience, for each client. Pantora Bridal’s flagship store is located in Brooklyn, New York. Their designs are carried in various stores across the country, however. In addition, the company is gearing up for a nationwide tour. Stops include Nashville, Miami, Tampa, Atlanta and Baltimore — you’ll want to book now. Right now.

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Weddings and wedding dresses, specifically, are big business. It is not uncommon to find brides paying in excess of $5,000 for the perfect dress. Pantora Bridal designs are quite reasonable but more importantly, distinct — your wedding day is a unique experience and your dress should be, also. Black women have given the culture style, grace and flare forever and so it just makes sense that they could also style the most beautiful brides. Check out Pantora Bridal and also, make sure you find your way to their Brooklyn store or one of their stops on their upcoming nationwide tour. You can say yes to the dress and buy Black with Pantora Bridal.

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D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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