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Brides All Over the World are Choosing Jovani Wedding Dresses

Jovani's worldwide bridal collection includes designs that are a fit for every occasion, from traditional gowns to modern and edgy dresses.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Across the globe, brides are turning to Jovani and their queen-sized collection of wedding gowns  for their Big Day.  From traditional to modern to edgy wedding dresses, women are finding the perfect pairing of personality and elegance in a Jovani design to wear down the aisle this summer.

Jovani's bridal showcase is one of the largest in the world. Head designer, Julie Durocher makes sure there is something for everyone in her wedding collection by creating dresses with varying lengths, silhouettes, and materials. Ladies who envision a traditional white ball gown in satin and lace with a sweetheart neckline and tooled veil will have a number of different versions to choose from in this collection. Meanwhile women who desire a more modern wedding dress can choose among styles with body-hugging bodices, mermaid shape silhouettes or strapless dresses with A-line skirts and sheer lace corsets, to name a few.

Though each Jovani dress is truly unique, they each have a few features in common.  Each gown is made with materials of the highest quality and purchased from shops throughout the world. Ms. Durocher goes to extremes to find the best materials to construct her masterpieces. She will also purchase beautiful and luxurious beading and embellishments from merchants all over Europe to intertwine throughout her wedding gowns.  Additionally, she has traveled to parts of the Middle East in order to find the most exotic looking stones for her collections. Each dress is personalized- whether a lady desires jewel embellishments, organza, or flowing train, the designers at Jovani can provide exactly what she's looking for.

Jovani's customer base is international. Their designers are inspired by wedding traditions from different cultures and countries, as well as the wedding dress expectations from women in Los Angeles, New York and the Midwest. Jovani's sales reps each speak several languages, which has made communication with international clients easier and much more personal. They know there are still a lot of women out there who have been dreaming about their big day since they were children, and do everything they can to bring that dream to fruition.

Jovani prides itself on providing the best service and quality to its customers and retailers. The New York-based fashion house continues to be a leader in providing high-end designer gowns to women worldwide. To better serve its customers and retailers, Jovani provides top of the line customer and retailer support. They invite customers to ask questions on their Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/JovaniFashions

Visit the Jovani website at www.Jovani.com right now to see what's in style, who's wearing Jovani, and what makes Jovani dresses and gowns truly exceptional fashion statements. Jovani also has active social media accounts, found throughout the web with the handle "JovaniFashions" on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, Blogger, and Instagram; "JFashiongrl" on YouTube, and "Jovani Fashions" on VK, LinkedIn, Google+. For more information, contact [email protected]. Look like a celebrity this summer, get a Jovani now!

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