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April 02, 2018 2 translation missing: en.blogs.article.read_time
ROMAN & FRENCH LAUNCH THEIR FLAGSHIP STORE
INSPIRED BY THE UTTERLY CHIC BOUTIQUES OF PARIS. THE PURPOSE-BUILT STORE FOR ROMAN & FRENCH REFLECTS THEIR BRAND, CLASSIC, REFINED AND UNDERSTATED, AND OFFERS AFFORDABLE LUXURY TO MODERN BRIDES – CHARACTERISTICS THAT UNDERPIN EVERY TOUCH-POINT ACROSS THEIR SERVICE DELIVERY.
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“Although we continue to be specialists in sending online bridal packages out every single day across Australia and the globe, when we designed the interior of our first store, we knew that we wanted our clients to walk in the doors and immediately feel welcome and inspired that they will find the perfect pieces,” says Maria Fresnel, Owner of Roman & French.
“Since opening a few months ago, our clients have travelled from all over NSW to have a styling session with one of our experienced bridal stylists”. “Our store has 3 purposely created style areas for our bridal stylists to work with our brides, not to mention stunning cabinets filled with gorgeous bridal headpieces, jewellery, clutches, shoes, belts and pretty robes”. “We are also excited to offer the Modest Bride private ‘one on one’ appointments for her to choose pretty pieces for her special day.
“I design and make pieces and we also present designs from other Australian and International designers. Our capability to custom make any piece across any of our collections is a key distinction, not to mention our service and very competent and passionate bridal stylists,” says Maria about the ever-expanding collections available to brides and their bridal parties.
“Our objective is always on creating the most amazing experience for our clients and we are excited about our future and how we can make a difference to each bride and her vision for her wedding style, it’s truly a privilege to be a key part of the bride’s greatest fashion story,” says Maria.