Introducing: Brittany Christina Bridal

Introducing: Brittany Christina Bridal

June 14, 2019

A year ago, my mentor said that she could see me entering the bridal industry. I laughed.

Everything is white, the styles and silhouettes all look the same, and I didn't think I was qualified. I'm young and very few bridal designers look like me. Not to mention the immense pressure of creating a gown for the most important day of a woman's life.

                

The Brittany Christina Collection designs pieces fit to empower the lifestyle of the modern-day woman. Our pieces are bold in color, print, and texture. The collections are size inclusive, as we specialize in FIT, catering to every curve. We experiment with different silhouettes, getting inspiration from geometric shapes and unique architectural structures.

                

It wasn't until clients began requesting non-traditional pieces for their big day that I realized we could bring our unique design perspective to the bridal industry.

                

So here we are! We are a lifestyle company, offering ready-to-wear pieces for guests, unique bridesmaid dress for the #bridetribe, and an array of options for the bride-to-be from bridal shower dress to wedding gown.

Brittany Christina Bridal



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