If you or someone you know is in the market for a wedding dress, then you must check out Sarah Seven. I’ve been a fan of Sarah since I first discovered her in Portland, OR, during my own wedding dress search {three years ago – eek!}.

Her gowns exude a feminine charm and a youth flirt, mixed with old Hollywood glamour. I think almost every girl could find a dress to suit their tastes in Sarah’s Spring 2013 collection. I’ve certainly found a few that I’d happily hop right into, no wedding required!

Lucky for the brides-to-be out there, you have the opportunity to see these gorgeous gowns in person. Sarah is headed on the road holding trunk shows around the country, including in our very own San Francisco, the new location of her flagship store November 1-4! As in this weekend luvies!! You can get the details here.

Here’s to finding the dress of your dreams.


PS: And for the rest of us who are either pre or post-bridal, Sarah has a ready-to-wear collection with some pretty rockin’ frocks. I’ve got my eye on this one!

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  1. How did I not know about Sarah Seven when I was living in Portland for two years? These are LOVELY, and I agree – no wedding needed. I honestly love all six of these and have no idea how a bride would choose among them. Her Ready to Wear line is fabulous. Great ideas for upcoming holiday parties.

  2. Thanks for showing such a great Portland talent. I am a bit biased, since I am from P:Town myself….
    I am always on the hunt for designers that not only create, but make there stuff here in the great US of A 😉
    Launching Made and State soon, full of made in america design. I will continue to obsess over your blog – life would be a little less inspired without it…

    Jasmine Vaughan

  3. This is your second time (or maybe more..) mentioning about this designer and I just had to share my experience. About six months ago, I had ordered a dress from this designer for my upcoming wedding. I was really frustrated that I didn’t receive any confirmation of my order nor the order status for over 3 weeks. I also called and would always get a v/m. What really shocking was they had charged to my credit card. Thankfully I had a good credit card company that investigated and got my refund back! Til this day, I never got an apology from the designer. For the Brides out there who are looking for your dream dress, don’t waste your time with this designer.

    Nothing against you, Mrs. Erin. I love your blog!

  4. Cute post. The link to your wedding dress search isn’t working, but if you could fix it, I’d be excited to read it!