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Moda Operandi Debuts Fancy Bridal Boutique

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Delphine Manivet Fall 2015 Bridal Collection. Photo: Getty Images
Delphine Manivet Fall 2015 Bridal Collection. Photo: Getty Images

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Like Net-A-Porter before it, Moda Operandi is getting into designer bridal. Today is the launch of Moda Operandi's bridal boutique, featuring both gown trunkshows and the accessories to go along with the big day. Brides can choose to shop by their weddings' theme (modern, romantic, traditional) or they can zoom right to the designers' trunkshows. Naeem Khan, J. Mendel, Lela Rose, Costarellos, Delphine Manivet, Luisa Beccaria, and Honor x Stone Fox Bride are all currently represented.

Meanwhile, a trousseau section offers accessories like Del Toro bridal loafers, Edie Parker clutches, and $2,625 Stuart Weitzman pave silver sandals. For those who want to try on a $10,230 Luisa Beccaria tulle embroidered lace gown before they buy, Moda Operandi offers private appointments for brides in its New York or London private shopping salons. MO personal stylists can help with private appointments and tailoring suggestions. And every wedding gown will arrive with a handwritten note from Moda Operandi co-founder and arbiter of good taste Lauren Santo Domingo herself.