Robynn MacFarlane

Robynn MacFarlane

Romance in every detail

Bling, sparkle, tulle, and chiffon are some of the sights one can expect when walking into Champagne & Lace

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Bling, sparkle, tulle, and chiffon are some of the sights one can expect when walking into Champagne & Lace.

Since 1986, it’s become known as the go-to destination when preparing for prom, holiday cocktail parties and weddings – with outfits for the flower girl to the bride – or simply to find a gift for mom.

Owner Robynn MacFarlane says Champagne & Lace is about the celebrations of life, and the anticipation of planning for your special occasion. Achieving a sense of luxury and elegance are at the forefront of every fitting.

“Champagne & Lace is a dress-up paradise,” she says. “Selection and assortment is never an issue with more than 500 amazing gowns in-store, and ordering your size or preferred colour is part of our everyday service.”

Champagne & Lace stays up-to-date on trends through fashion blogs, social media, and the many leaders in the industry, says MacFarlane. Some of the brands carried include Eddy K, Mikaella Bridal, Paloma Blanca, Pronovias, Watters and many more.

“We carry these designers because our customers request them,” she says. “We feature premium brands at a medium price point, reflecting the market we trade in.”

Dress

To Champagne & Lace, quality means beautiful styling with sumptuous fabrics and embellishments brought together by expert craftsmanship. They provide professional seamstresses, steaming and pressing, and quality control of each and every garment.

“Champagne & Lace believes that every single customer deserves to feel special and experience ‘that feeling’ when you say yes to your dress.”

Robynn MacFarlane, Champagne & Lace will be featured in the first of a three part series of Style Influencers in The Abbotsford News – Friday November 20th. Dennis Giesbrecht – Ronald Allan Clothiers and Ken Selvaraja – Lanka Jewels, will also be featured November 27th and December 4th respectively.

Champagne & Lace is located at 33811 S. Fraser Way. For more information, visit champagneandlace.com

FASHION TIP: by Robynn  MacFarlane, Champagne & Lace, Style Influencer.

Brides are in love with all things romance . . .

Romance is in fashion! The bride wears a backless floral patterned BOHO slip dress paired with a  wildflower crown. It’s all about the details: subtle shades of pink for the bride,  illusion and plunging necklines, stonewashed shades for bridesmaids, tones of taupe, nude and silver. Whatever you choose for your special day, make sure it is a reflection of you, what you love and makes you feel beautiful on your BEST DAY EVER!

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