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SF Chronicle Feature: "Long Live the Empress Bride"

Mission de Flores | SF Chronicle - "Long Live the Empress Bride"

We're so excited to be featured alongside incredible local names for the San Francisco Chronicle's Wedding Style Issue. 

 

"After a decade of mega-weddings, bridezillas and all manner of over-inflated, over-the-top nuptial everything, brides in 2016 are taking a more streamlined approach. She doesn’t want to be a “princess for the day”; she’s elegant everyday, and her wedding is no different. She’s isn’t “daddy’s little girl,” either: San Francisco wedding-dress designers Amy Kuschel and Trish Lee both report that they’re seeing more brides in their 30s than ever before. Accomplished, adult women don’t suffer over-indulgence: They’re sleek, sophisticated professionals more likely to be found running their own empires than waiting for their prince to come. The princess bride is dead: Long live the empress."

— Tony Bravo

Read more HERE.

Via SF Chronicle
Photos by Russell Yip

SF Chronicle Feature: "Long Live the Empress Bride"
SF Chronicle Feature: "Long Live the Empress Bride"
SF Chronicle Feature: "Long Live the Empress Bride"

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