There’s cause for celebration at Phillipa Lepley! Brides in need of some festive merriment can feel the magic by finding a couture wedding dress at a dramatically reduced price at the ‘Au Revoir 2020’ Winter Sample Sale. This year’s long-awaited winter sale promises to be more stand-out and special than ever, with bookings for virtual consultations now open and in-store appointments available from 2nd December.
A fantastic selection of over 70 Phillipa Lepley couture wedding dresses, previously used as samples, will be available at greatly reduced prices starting at £2,500. All the dresses have been designed by Phillipa and made by her incredible atelier team here in London. The majority will have one of Phillipa’s world-famous body-minimising corsets hidden inside.
Brides buying sample dresses also have the chance to add a bespoke touch to their dress. Many engaged couples may have faced challenges during 2020, and some have been waiting many weeks or even months to tie the knot. In recognition of this, and to bring added focus to the joyful day to come, the bride and grooms initials or the wedding date can be monogrammed on to the veil, introducing an element of bespoke craftsmanship for sample sale purchases too.
During the initial virtual consultation, with one of the Phillipa Lepley creative team, brides will talk through their wedding dress ideas and wishes, and in turn which sample styles could be right. From there they are invited to create a wish list of dresses to try on at the second part of their appointment at the shop.
Working in this way is not only convenient, exciting and enjoyable for the bride, ensuring their safety at all times is prioritised, but it also means the Phillipa Lepley team are able to sustain the high-quality level of service that they are famed for, whilst reducing the flow of people in the building.
Phillipa is recognised globally for creating timeless, classic and beautiful wedding dresses of distinction, using the most luxurious fabrics and exquisite embellishments and crowned with her renowned defining corsetry.