A bride’s journey to a wedding dress retailer is set to begin with a visit to a shop owned by her father’s daughter.
Mariana has been a loyal customer of the brand for the last 13 years, but she’s finally returning to it after 13 more years.
The 36-year-old’s father, Yana, had entrusted Mariana to a local designer who, when Mariana’s wedding gown arrived, told her she had to make it her own.
After the initial shock of being denied her dream wedding dress, Mariana was determined to do everything she could to make her own wedding dress.
“The first dress was my idea.
It was a very old dress from a wedding that I didn’t want.
I went and bought it and I loved it.
I thought I had to do it myself,” Mariana said.
However, the fashion house in the city of Srikakulam, which had given Mariana the dress, turned down her request for a second dress.
Instead, they turned to a different designer, who agreed to help her dress for a wedding.
It’s an amazing story.
I’m really happy to be a part of this brand.
I have no regrets,” Mariah, Marianas mother, told The Times.
She said she hopes her daughter will be able to have the same experience as her mother.
There are currently a few Marianas dresses in stock at MarianaSuitworks, a boutique owned by Yana and his sister.
Yana, who has been making clothes since he was 18, is currently making a new wedding dress for his sister and her husband.
I’m very happy to make this dress.
I can’t wait to wear it, he said.
Mariana said she is looking forward to the wedding she and her mother will be attending.
In the meantime, Mariam is keeping busy with her work, including a new project in the works, which is to recreate a dress from the first wedding dress Mariana wore.
And, Mariah said, she will be doing more of the same.
You know, I think it’s a great gift for the family to know that they are part of a brand and they are going to be happy.
Follow Mariana on Twitter: @mariana_suitworks