Conshohocken-based David’s Bridal Releases Eco-Friendly Wedding Dress Collection  

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Who knew that tying the knot could also be environmentally conscious? Conshohocken’s David’s Bridal, America’s largest bridal-store chain, recently conducted a survey that revealed that 58 percent of brides consider sustainability when they buy clothing for their nuptuals.

This world-renowned bridal retailer knew just what to do.  

It has launched the “Reimagine” collection, curated by the Conshohocken-based bridal shop’s designers uses recycled fabrics to walk down the aisle in.  

“It is important we deliver styles that represent who our customers are, many of whom are eco-conscious, environmentally mindful, and trendy,” said chief merchandising officer Nancy Viall. 

The gowns range $299–$599, with styles ranging from long sleeves, V-neck, lace illusion, chiffon tiered skirt to off-the-shoulder.  

While David’s Bridal is Montgomery County-based, the franchise has stores all over the country, as well as Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom

Read more about the David’s Bridal recycled wedding dress collection in the  Philadelphia Business Journal.  

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