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A Local Lookbook Caters To Hippie-Chic Brides

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    It’s well known that most nuptials aren’t walks in the park to plan. From save-the-dates to wedding cakes, any soon-to-be-hitched gal’s got a million and one things to figure out. But, if you ask us, pinning down “the dress” seems like the most pricey (and stressful) endeavor — um, a few episodes of Say Yes To The Dress solidify this statement. And to avoid any bridezilla behavior, we suggest that ladies with a vintage vantage look to local label Daughters Of Simone.

    The brand offers up classic styles with a unique, hippie-chic side sure to get the chapel chattering. And its latest offerings are no exception. From long and lacy to short and sweet and all under $2,000 — this is one panicky point of your proposal you'll be able to mark off within minutes. “Our bride is an unusual woman, off the cuff, always looking for that next big adventure or source of bursting inspiration,” says designer Brittany Castanos. “She lives a full life every day, all the while looking forward to the best days ahead.” Sound like you? Then pick out your fave of the divine dresses after the jump.

    Photo: Courtesy of Daughters Of Simone

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