Justin Alexander debuted on the bridal fashion scene as T&G Bridal in Brooklyn, New York in 1946, a time when women were renouncing the idea of clothing as a mere necessity and embracing fashion as a way to express femininity, confidence, and beauty. Since its humble roots, Justin Alexander has become a contemporary designer and manufacturer of mid-to-high-end bridal gowns and accessories. Each design is distinctly recognized for its vintage inspiration paired with progressive details. Recognizing that a bride’s taste in fashion is as complex as the woman herself, the company has diversified itself to include the marquee collection Justin Alexander, in addition to the noteworthy designs of Justin Alexander Signature, Lillian West, Sincerity Bridal, and Sweetheart Gowns.
Inspired by the intersection fashion trends and the needs of real brides, Justin Alexander designs the perfect wedding day look with stunning silhouettes, adorned necklines and high attention to detail. With exceptional quality and elegant styling, Justin Alexander’s designs have gained recognition and have been worn by brides across the globe, allowing the company to become one of America’s and Europe’s most influential producers of wedding fashions.
Justin Alexander maintains a North American headquarters in New Jersey and a European headquarters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, with regional offices in New York City, London, and Hong Kong. More than 1,500 authorized retailers worldwide carry one or more of the Justin Alexander collections.
This season’s looks are stunning. Justin shared his inspiration for this season’s collection:
“I was inspired by the transformative nature of spring. Spring promises new beginnings and this season’s styles reflect that. The collection begins with modern, clean styling and starts anew with a romantic patchwork floral story which then leads to a large floral lace motif, finally building to embroidered florals. This collection illustrates a fresh, youthful, fashion-forward approach to bridal.” – Justin Warshaw, Justin Alexander Bridal
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