By Paul Pannone
By far the top newZ story for the week of October 15th was an eWedNewz exclusive: Bridal Guide magazine announces free advertising for the top 25 bridal shops in the United States. The announcement , made by Jim Duhe, publisher, created calls wanting to know more information and what signifies a top bridal shop. According to Duhe more information will be released shortly.
A trending story involving the top colors for proms, 2013, headed up the charts surpassing all other newZ. Strong statements from designer, Tony Bowls, identifies purple as a top color for next prom season. Bowl’s statement is confirmed by magazine publishers and tuxedo vest makers who created coordinating colors.
In other less exciting newZ, bridal market attendance continues to decline, despite propaganda designed to confuse exhibitors. Sources from Dallas, Chicago and New York that varied from first-time exhibitors to seasoned veterans expressed their concerns. eWedNewz continues to follow the story.
Red Galoshes threatens to shutdown a wedding website unless merchants migrate and cough up more money. eWedNewz continues to follow the story. So far attempts to reach Red Galoshes have not been successful.
Ralph Lauren retail tuxedos and accessories are coming to a local bridal shop near you, as retail sales continue to climb. Discussions with store owners in bridal, men’s clothing and tuxedo specialists say there has not been a reputable line of products under a major brand in years. Consumers are already looking for Ralph Lauren products for their 2013 weddings. Bridal store owners say they’re enamored by the Lauren brand and will find it easy to sell the groom his formal wear, after selling the bride a dress.
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