Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

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    Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I'm starting to look for bridesmaid dresses and am trying to be mindful of my bridesmaids' time.  I'm not super picky on bridesmaid dresses and for the most part want them to pick out the dress themselves.  The one thing I am picky on is that they match my color scheme.  I love a specific color that Alfred Angelo makes, they seem to have a wide selection of styles and are reasonably priced, so I'm leaning towards this designer.

    Anyone know the best dress shop in the area to try on Alfred Angelo dresses?  I'm hoping to find a one stop shop that carries a wide selection of his styles and is comfortable to shop in.  I popped my head into one of the dress shops in Norwood that carries his line last night to scope it out, and I just found it dingy and small and hard to find anything in.

    Any recommendations?

     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    You can try Marry & Tux in NH...that where my girls got thier dusty rose dress!  Good luck!
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I should have mentioned, we're on the South Shore, so NH might be a bit far.
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I went to the AA site and typed in Quincy's zip code and came up with stores that are within 10 miles of Quincy.  Give them all a call and see who gives you the biggest selection.
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I'm pretty sure Manhattan Bridals in Dedham carries AA.  I took my MOH there because they have a TON of styles (a lot of designers) so we could see a lot in one place.  The store was really busy on a Saturday, but they were nice and we tried on a lot of stuff.  If you have 3 or more BMs and you order at the same time, they give you 15% off.  We're going back next weekend to finalize choices.
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    Good idea.  Here is the list I found of retailers that are fairly close by.  Anyone have any experience with these places?

    Signature Fashion Bridal - DorchesterCountry Weddings - HinghamIrene's of AbingtonAll Seasons Bridal - DorchesterSuse's Fashion & Bridal - Roslindale Chryssie's Bridal & Formal - CantonDream Prom Social Occasion – Easton Michael of Boston – Pembroke La Sposa Bridal – Newton Bridal Reflections – Watertown Gianna's Bridal – Stoneham Brides Choice – WalthamNew York Lace of TauntonIsabella's Fashions – Taunton

    Bridal Boutique of Plymouth

     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    Sorry the list posted strangely.  Let me try again:

    Signature Fashion Bridal - Dorchester

    Country Weddings - Hingham

    Irene's of Abington

    All Seasons Bridal - Dorchester

    Suse's Fashion & Bridal - Roslindale

    Chryssie's Bridal & Formal - Canton

    Dream Prom Social Occasion – Easton

    Michael of Boston – Pembroke

    La Sposa Bridal – Newton

    Bridal Reflections – Watertown

    Gianna's Bridal – Stoneham

    Brides Choice – Waltham

    New York
    Lace of Taunton

    Isabella's Fashions – Taunton

    Bridal Boutique of Plymouth
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I got my Bill Levkoff BM dress that I am wearing this summer at Brides Choice in Waltham, and they were really nice.
     
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    Re: Best place to try Alfred Angelo BM dresses?

    I liked Brides Choice a lot as well!  I looked at wedding dresses there, though, not BMs.
     
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