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Stone Fox Bride (CLOSED)

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  • Greenwich Village
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Time Out Says

Former magazine editor and writer Molly Guy was itching for a career change when she got married in 2010, and she found the experience of planning her wedding inspired her the most. Disheartened by the dearth of cool, laid-back bridal salons in the city, Guy decided to open her own eclectic salon for bohemian brides. The resulting space is built from reclaimed wood and decorated with Moroccan textiles. A Bedouin tent serves as the dressing room, where brides-to-be can try on atypical gowns such as Lars Andersson sleek and simple white tank dresses ($1,100), Daryl K knee-length sequin-covered shifts ($1,700) and Electric Feathers silk belted jumpsuits ($1,800). Dresses can be styled with an array of accessories, including Lars Andersson custom-made lace shawls ($1,000), Mandy Coon studded-leather purses ($650) and Anna Sheffield pink-gold wedding bands ($1,100) engraved with the phrase not to be fucked with. Engaged gals needing more than just fashion assistance can also shell out for Secret Service consultations (30 mins, $100) and get advice from florists, professional organizers, shamans and even sex therapists to help ease the stress of wedding planning and married life.


611 Broadway
suite 613B
New York
Cross street:
at W Houston St
Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; N, R to Prince St
Opening hours:
Mon–Wed, Fri–Sun noon–7pm; Thu 2–9pm
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