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Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director at SFB, is our source for the nontraditional bride.
UPDATE: This story was originally published on May 23.
"He was an old friend’s little brother," Vy reminisced about meeting her husband, Jesse. "We ended up hanging out at a college party, which was funny because I hadn’t hung out with his sister in years. Our first date was at a sushi place, but I didn’t know that Jesse had never had sushi before. I guess he overdid it and ended up puking on the side of the road after he dropped me off. He didn’t tell me that detail for a few years."
"Right away, I noticed that he was a total sweetheart and such a gentleman. I realized he was 'the one' when I saw him with his nieces; I loved his commitment to his family. We dated for a million years. I kind of always knew we were going to get married, I just didn’t know when."
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Shoes. Let's get some shoes. No, seriously. We pretty much want everything we spotted on the streets of NYC during Fashion Week. Shoes can make or break an outfit. And, that's why, this season more than ever, showgoers brought their A game in the footwear department.
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