Note: This post is not sponsored and I am giving 100% of my own opinions.
I had also stated in the post, where I announced that daughter ‘A’ had gotten engaged, that my Father-in-law had lived with Parkinson’s for many years.
Due to that fact, when daughter ‘A’ was searching for places to go wedding dress shopping she was interested in going to the Glamour Closet store in San Francisco, CA since each year, a portion of Glamour Closet’s profits will be donated to foundations dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson’s.
In April, daughter ‘A’ and I made a very quick trip to the north end of the Bay Area. We decided to swing by the Glamour Closet store and just look around (we had already promised the bridesmaids that we would go dress shopping with them).
Well, daughter ‘A’ found her wedding dress! No photos of it will be seen until after the wedding, but I will say that the family of another bride-to-be gasped when the curtain was opened.
When the store clerks were told about daughter ‘A’ ‘s grandfather they said that he had a hand in her finding that dress for multiple reasons and we agree:
- the dress was dropped off on a Friday and we were there the following day
- the dress was a sample and had never even been tried on by anyone else
- the dress was smaller that the sizes they usually carry (it needs a couple of tucks taken and a lot taken off the bottom, but we are not surprised by that)
- the cost of the dress was less than her budget
So, if you know someone getting married and you live or are visiting the North Beach in San Francisco, West Hollywood in Los Angeles, River North in Chicago or Chelsea in New York areas I would be grateful if you check out the Glamour Closet store.
I have no connection to this store, but I love, due to first hand knowledge, that they also want to find a cure to Parkinson’s and are donating money to the cause.
Do you have a future wedding in your family? Later – Heather
Love this article. Thanks for sharing.